A progressive metal band based out of Denmark, Royal Hunt employ a melody-rich blend of neo-classical power metal and progressive and traditional hard rock. The group found success in the mid-'90s via the albums Moving Target and Paradox, with the latter LP delivering the instrumental "Martial Arts," which became synonymous with professional Japanese wrestler Masahiro Chono when he chose it for his entrance music. Despite enduring numerous lineup changes, the band continued to be prolific well into the 2010s, selling millions of albums worldwide, including acclaimed efforts like Fear (1999), Show Me How to Live (2011), and Dystopia (2020).
Royal Hunt began in Copenhagen in 1991 when bandleader André Andersen, originally from Moscow, joined up with singer Henrik Brockmann, bassist Steen Mogensen, and drummer Kenneth Olsen. With Andersen ... Read Full Biography