Tommy Karevik - Vocals
2012-presentSwedish vocalist Tommy Karevik of the Progressive Metal band Seventh Wonder joined Kamelot after open auditions to find a new vocalist following Roy Khan's departure in 2010. Prior to joining the band full time, he toured with them in 2011 as a guest vocalist, where he would sing certain songs including "Center of the Universe," "The Human Stain" and "Eden Echo." He has sung on Silverthorn and Haven.
- The Hero
- Tenor Boy: His range is notably higher than Khan's and he's also notably younger than the rest of the band (six years younger than the next youngest member).
- One Steve Limit: Averted
Thomas Youngblood - Guitar
1991-presentAlong with former member Richard Warner, Thomas Youngblood formed Kamelot in 1991. He is also the only founding member left in the band who didn't leave and come back two decades later. As such, he has appeared on all of Kamelot's albums.
- The Leader: Is the main songwriter and even addresses the audience almost as much as Karevik.
- One Steve Limit: Averted.
Sean Tibbets - Bass
1991-1992, 2009-presentSean Tibbets was the bassist recruited by Thomas and Mark when they first formed Kamelot in 1991, but didn't last long when he left and was replaced by Glenn Barry in 1992. He went on to play for Wykked Wytch, then for Royal Anguish until he rejoined Kamelot after Glenn left in 2009. He has played on every album since Poetry For the Poisoned.
- The Big Guy
- Dreadlock Warrior: His signature hairstyle is a shit load of long braids. It takes so much effort to set up that he doesn't always perform with it.
- The Pete Best: Initially.
Casey Grillo - Drums
1997-presentWhen original drummer Richard Warner left in 1997, Thomas and Glenn offered Casey the chance to audition to take Warner's place. He's been in the band since. He's played on every album since Siege Perilous.
Oliver Palotai - Keyboard
2005-presentAfter original keyboardist David Pavlicko left in 1998, Kamelot went without a full time keyboardist until they brought in Oliver Palotai, who had played keys and guitar for a small variety of bands previously, most notably, Blaze Bayley's solo project, BLAZE. He has played on every album since Ghost Opera.
Roy Khan - Vocals
1998-2010In 1998, founding vocalist Mark Vanderbilt left Kamelot. They brought in Norwegian vocalist Roy Saertre Khantatat as a touring vocalist until they could find a permanent replacement, but as Khan was such a great singer, they asked him to go skydiving to secure a permanent place. Before joining Kamelot, he sang for the Norwegian Progressive Metal band Conception. The circumstances of Khan's departure aren't entirely clear, but started when Khan had to take time off after falling ill. It has been hinted that he stayed away due to religious reasons and being unhappy with the much darker direction of Poetry for the Poisoned. He sang on Siege Perilous, The Fourth Legacy, Karma, Epica, The Black Halo, Ghost Opera and Poetry for the Poisoned.
- Creator Backlash: If him being unhappy with Poetry for the Poisoned is true, this is one of the reasons he left.
- Creator Breakdown: The big reason he left, as far as has been made public.
- The Hero
Mark Vanderbilt - Vocals
Glenn Barry - Bass
Richard Warner - Drums
David Pavlicko - Keyboard