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01. Holzfeuer
02. Vielmehr Klampfe
03. Inzo der Barrakuda
04. Erich Nagelbett
05. Karl Dichtschnur
06. Baron von Trotz

Past Members
07. Der Wölf
08. Gellend Adler
09. Toten Adler
10. Halstucha
11. Schlagbolzen


 

border Gellend Adler
ORIGIN: East Bay, California
SPECIALTY: Muscular Harmonics
WEAPON: Der Wölf's Legendary StingRay
ACTIVE: 2000-2003, 2005-Present
EXERCISE: Dead Lift
QUOTE: "I eat skulls."


Hours after the the first California-based ArnoCorps auditions ended, a knock came to the door of Holzfeuer's hotel room. When it was opened, there stood a man who made up for his small stature with the brooding demeanor of a giant. He answered only that his name was Barrakuda, then began playing his guitar on a portable amp which he had strapped across his chest.

The rest is history, or a considerable lack there of. For a huge duration of his tenure, none of the ArnoCorps members knew anything about Inzo der Barrakuda other than his moniker. His age, his background, his full name, dietary preferences, were all mysteries. That is, until the advent of social media. In stark contrast to his uncommunicative and stoic in-person demeanor, the guitarist began sharing his thoughts and feelings through typed correspondence on websites such as MySpace and Facebook. For the first time, fans around the world gained insight into his persona through his internet-based status updates. Suddenly, the previously-accepted stories that described him as a man who pursued music as a way to curb his desire for robbing graves and the rumor that he was forced to retire from an underground pro wrestling circuit by doctors concerned that the nightly concussions had taken their toll on Inzo's mental stability, leaving him nothing more than an angry vegetable, were proven to be entirely innacurate.

After the tragic and unexpected passing of Der Wölf in 2011, Inzo der Barrakuda decided to change roles in ArnoCorps from guitar to bass so that Der Wölf's innovative harmonic style of playing would live on.

 
 
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