Delphian (band)

Delphian (band)
Origin Netherlands
Genres Progressive metal
Technical Metal
Heavy metal
Years active 2003 – present
Labels Lion Music
Aniek Janssen
Coert Bouten
Marcel Volleberg
Sjoerd Hoeijmakers
Roel van Helden

Delphian is a progressive metal band from Netherlands.



Delphian was founded at 2003 by Roel van Helden of Sun Caged and Coert Bouten. A demo was released in 2004. In 2005, the band signed with Lion Music and released its first album, Oracle. In 2007, the band released its second album under Lion Music entitled Unravel.




Current members

  • Aniek Janssen - vocals/flute
  • Coert Bouten - guitar
  • Marcel Volleberg - guitar
  • Sjoerd Hoeijmakers - bass
  • Roel van Helden - drums

Session members

  • Joost van den Broek - keyboards (Oracle)
  • Rene Kroon - piano & keyboards (Unravel)
  • Leon Brouwer - vocals (Unravel)

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