Hexenhaus was founded in 1987 by Mike Wead (ex- Candlemass ) in Stockholm . The first line-up recruited Wead from the members of the recently disbanded band Maninnya Blade . After the debut album A Tribute to Insanity was released by Black Mark Production in 1988 , Wead swapped the entire line-up in 1989 and took over the sole songwriting . The 1991 album The Edge of Eternity offered more progressive influences and received mixed echo from both fans and critics. The album Awakening , released in 1991, is described as a classic of Swedish Thrash Metal.
In 1992, head of the band Mike Wead decided to found Memento Mori together with Messiah Marcolin (ex-Candlemass) , whereupon Hexenhaus came to a standstill. Some of the musicians switched to Memento Mori, others formed the prog metal band Fifth Reason. Although Hexenhaus released the comeback album Dejavoodoo in 1997 , it was unable to build on the earlier successes and was finally dissolved a little later.
|A Tribute to Insanity||Full-length||1988|
|The Edge of Eternity||Full-length||1990|
|See also: Nagazaki, ex-Fifth Reason, ex-Memento Mori|
|See also: ex-Mezzrow, ex-Wizard|
|See also: ex-Maninnya Blade, ex-Slowgate, ex-Kamax|
|Martin ‘E-Type’ Eriksson||Drums|
|See also: E-Type, ex-Maninnya Blade|
|See also: ex-Keegan, ex-Lizard Eye, ex-Shock Tilt, ex-Hydrogen, ex-Mercy, ex-Spin Air|
|See also: Maninnya Blade, ex-Slowgate|
|See also: ex-Hatred, ex-Destiny|
|Rick Meister||Guitars (1987-?)|
|See also: ex-Maninnya Blade, ex-Damien|
|Tommie Agrippa||Vocals (1990-?)|
|See also: ex-Damien|