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The Arrow (band)

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Genres  Heavy metal
Labels  CD-Maximum
Genre  Heavy metal
Record label  CD-Maximum
Years active  1994–present
Website  www.thearrow.ru
Origin  Moscow, Russia (1994)
Albums  Lady Nite, Хранитель душ

Members  Pavel Blischenko Alexander "Snake" Tsvetkov
Associated acts  Aria, Blind Guardian, Rage, Mavrik
Similar  Aria, Oleg Mishin, Andrey Khramov, Blind Guardian, Archontes

The Arrow (previously known as Black Arrow) are a heavy metal band from Moscow, Russia. The band was founded in 1994 by Pavel Blischenko, the only member who has remained during the frequent line-up changes. The Arrow released a demo and three full-length albums: "Children of Gods", "Keeper of Souls" and "Lady Nite". The latter guested many famous vocalists: Hansi Kursch (Blind Guardian), Peter Wagner (Rage), Artur Berkut (Aria), Andrey Fedorenko (Archontes) and guitarist Sergey Mavrin (Mavrik). The band also recorded two cover-songs, "Dai Ruku Mnie" ("Give Me Your Hand", together with the band Roza Vetrov), which appeared on the Russian album "Tribute To Aria" and "Time What Is Time", included on the International Blind Guardian Tribute "Tales From the Underworld".


Current members

  • Pavel Blischenko - Keyboards
  • Alexander "Snake" Tsvetkov - Bass
  • Vladimir Aleshkin - drums
  • Former members

  • Alex Cap - Vocals
  • Andrey Khramov - Vocals
  • Yury Bobyrev - Guitar
  • Andrey Sedletsky - Guitars
  • Sergey Knyazev - Guitars
  • Kirill Emel'yanov - Guitars
  • Dmitriy Mercalov - Bass
  • Victor Astashov - Bass
  • Valentin Dobrovol'skiy - Drums
  • Alexey Bykov - Drums
  • Discography

  • Flyin' High (1997, demo)
  • Tribute to Aria (2001, track "Dai Ruku Mnie", with Roza Vetrov)
  • Tribute to Blind Guardian (2003, track "Time What Is Time")
  • Children Of Gods (2001)
  • Keeper Of Souls (2006)
  • Lady Nite (2008)
  • Songs

    Time What Is Time2003
    Ring of the TimeLady Nite · 2009
    Sign of Lady NiteLady Nite · 2009


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