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Kingdom Come: No, it is Not Like in the Bible…

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Kingdom Come is a hard rock band that was formed in 1987. The current members of this band are: Lenny Wolf (vocals), Eric Foerster (guitar), Yenz Leonhart (guitar), George Maycook jr. (bass) and Hendrik Thiesbrummel (drums and percussion). Led Zeppelin influenced the sound that Kingdom Come wanted to have.

The first album of this band sold around 1.3 million copies worldwide just one year after its release. Their debut tour was extremely successful; it included the United States, the United Kingdom and Japan. Kingdom Come also appeared along the Scorpions, Metallica and Van Halen on a tour in the United States called Monsters of Rock. They also toured with Ratt and Bon Jovi in Japan.

The albums that the band released after Kingdom Come were not able to have commercial success, in part because of the fact that the band was accused of being a mere copy of Led Zeppelin. The tour of In Your Face, the second album of the band, was a complete disappointment and Kingdom Come collapsed; in fact, all of the members with the exception of Lenny Wolf left. New members were added and the band has kept releasing new material but their fame appears to be over.

The discography of this band includes: Kingdom Come, In Your Face, Hands of Time, Bad Image, Twilight Cruiser, Live & Unplugged, Master Seven, Balladesque, Too, Independent and Perpetual.

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