Axel Rudi Pell – The Temple Of The King

Axel Rudi Pell – The Temple Of The King

Axel Rudi Pell – The Temple Of The King

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Axel Rudi Pell (born 27 June 1960) is a German heavy metal guitar player and his eponymous band. He started off with the band Steeler (1984–88) before leaving to start his solo career in 1989. During this time, he has played with such drummers as Jörg Michael and Mike Terrana, and singers Jeff Scott Soto and Rob Rock.

Axel Rudi Pell’s latest album is Into the Storm. It was released on 17 January 2014 in Germany.

SPV Records released a live DVD on 25 February 2008, titled Live over Europe, which includes the full performance from the Rock Hard Festival in 2007, and comes with a bonus disc which includes live footage from Pell’s own archive.


With Steeler

Steeler (1984)
Rulin’ the Earth (1985)
Strike Back (1986)
Undercover Animal (1988)


See also Category:Axel Rudi Pell albums

AlbumsWild Obsession (1989)
Nasty Reputation (1991)
Eternal Prisoner (1992)
Between the Walls (1994)
Black Moon Pyramid (1996)
Magic (1997)
Oceans of Time (1998)
The Masquerade Ball (2000)
Shadow Zone (2002)
Kings and Queens (2004)
Mystica (2006)
Diamonds Unlocked (2007)(cover album)
Tales of the Crown (2008)
The Crest (2010)
Circle of the Oath (2012)
Into the Storm (2014)
The Ballads (1993)
The Ballads II (1999)
The Wizard’s Chosen Few (2000)
The Ballads III (2004)
The Best of Axel Rudi Pell: Anniversary Edition (2009)
The Ballads IV (2011)


Made in Germany (1995)
Knights Live (2002)
Live On Fire (2013)


Knight Treasures (Live and More) (2002)
Live Over Europe (2008)
One Night Live (2010)
Live On Fire (2013)


Fender Stratocaster
Custom built ESP guitars
Marshall 100 Watt and 50 Watt Heads
Engl Powerball E 645
Ibanez Tube Screamer
Cry Baby Wah-Wah Pedals
Rocktron Intelliflex Multieffects
Samson UHF Wireless System
Dean Markley and GHS Strings 009 – 042
Jim Dunlop Picks, 1.5 mm with ARP logo printed in white
Peavey Triple XXX Amp

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