Top Bonfire Albums
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Live on Holy Ground - Wacken 2018
Live on Holy Ground - Wacken 2018
[2019]
Legends
Legends
[2018]
Temple of Lies
Temple of Lies
[2017]
Byte the Bullet
Byte the Bullet
[2017]
Pearls
Pearls
[2016]
Glörious
Glörious
[2015]
One K
One K
[2015]
Live in Wacken (Live)
Live in Wacken (Live)
[2013]
Treueband - EP
Treueband - EP
[2012]
Cry for Help - EP
Cry for Help - EP
[2012]
Fireworks... Still Alive!!! (16 Explosive Hits) [Live]
Fireworks... Still Alive!!! (16 Explosive Hits) [Live]
[2011]
Branded
Branded
[2011]
You Make Me Feel - The Ballads
You Make Me Feel - The Ballads
[2009]
The Räuber
The Räuber
[2008]
Double X Vision (A Live Celebration of 20 Years of Rock 'n' Roll)
Double X Vision (A Live Celebration of 20 Years of Rock 'n' Roll)
[2007]
Double X
Double X
[2006]
One Acoustic Night
One Acoustic Night
[2005]
Free
Free
[2003]
Strike Ten
Strike Ten
[2001]
Freudenfeuer
Freudenfeuer
[2001]
Fuel to the Flames
Fuel to the Flames
[1999]
Rebel Soul
Rebel Soul
[1997]
Feels Like Comin' Home
Feels Like Comin' Home
[1996]
Related Information for Bonfire
Bonfire (originally Cacumen) is a German hard rock band, founded in Ingolstadt, Germany in 1972.—Cacumen (1972-1986)In 1972 in the West German town of Ingolstadt a teenage guitarist, Hans Ziller, put together a rock band called Cacumen with his brother Karl, who also played guitar, and gathered a group of friends to complete the band. The name of the group was from a school test Hans had taken; it translates from Latin to mean "the top of a mountain". For the next six years the band played at local small venues but had a fan base in their home town. In 1978 the group consisted of Hans and Karl on guitars, Horst Maier on guitar (in 1983, Horst's last name would become Maier-Thorn), Hans Hauptmann on bass and Hans.. read more