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Henri Sattler

Henri Sattler
Birth name Henri Sattler
Born 1971
Origin Netherlands (Beilen, Drenthe)
Genres Death metal, gothic metal, symphonic metal, doom metal, black metal, thrash metal
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1991–present
Labels Metal Blade Records[1]
Associated acts God Dethroned, Imperia, Ministry of Terror, Lords of the Stone[1]

Henri Sattler (born 1971) is the founder and vocalist/guitarist of God Dethroned.[2] He uses the alias 'The Serpent King' .

Due to problems with the other band members and the record company, Sattler decided to split the band. He then formed Ministry of Terror, a thrash metal band, and released the Fall of Life album with them in 1994. After a European tour Sattler left the band and re-formed God Dethroned.[2] With new band members the new God Dethroned recorded The Grand Grimoire and signed a deal with Metal Blade.[2] Many tours followed in Europe, the United States and Japan with death metal and black metal acts including Cannibal Corpse, Morbid Angel, Immortal, and Marduk.

His primary guitar is a custom made BC Rich Mockingbird that is tan with Seymour Duncan pickups and a Floyd Rose tremolo. In his early days, he played a BC Rich Warlock he modified himself .

References

  1. ^ a b http://www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=242
  2. ^ a b c Huey, Steve. "Biography-God Dethroned".  


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