On the 27th of January, Theater of Dimensions is released, and again a milestone can be celebrated with the highest chart entry so far for the band, peaking at #17 in Germany.
The band supports Cradle of Filth on their Russian tour and returns to South America for a headline tour.
In the summer of 2016, the band returns to Sandlane Recording Facilities in the Netherlands, where they record their parts for the upcoming album.
Xandria returns to Europe with a very successful headline tour.
In fall, the band supports Powerwolf and performs in Asia (Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan, and China) for the first time.
The Fire & Ashes EP is released and the lyric video to the album is called, “Voyage of the Fallen.”
The band returns and premieres in counties all over the world, such as Russia, India, and the UAE.
The band has their first headline tour through Europe and later in the year support Sonata Arctica on a 6-week tour in the USA and Canada.
For the first time ever, fans are presented with a real choir, the Dutch PA'dam Choir, on a Xandria record.
The music video to the album is called “Nightfall.”
Manuela Kraller decides to leave the band.
Steven Wussow joins Xandria as their new bass player.
The album is a great success! In April and May, the band tours Europe as support act for Epica, playing in many countries the band had never visited before, followed by another European tour with Kamelot in November.
Nils Middelhauve performs his final show with the band in July and says farewell to Xandria.
Neverworld’s End is released, the music video to the album is called, “Valentine.”
Xandria signs with Napalm Records, hires new management, and starts the production of the next album in Summer.
Manuela Kraller becomes the new singer of Xandria and the band begins preparations for a new album.
Kersin Bischof leaves the band.
Lisa Middelhauve leaves the band, Kerstin Bischof joins.
Nils Middelhauve joins the band as a new bass guitar player.
Ravenheart is released and the band releases its first video.
Philip Restemeier joins and Xandria signs with Drakkar Records.
Marco founds a predecessor band of today´s Xandria with a friend, in 1995 he gives the band that very name already. But this predecessor band breaks up in 1997 and Marco founds the band anew under the name Xandria in 1999 with new members.