Well, there’s several Archangels. These are titanic forces. There’s an archangel of fire, earth, air, water, love, justice, Divine writings from the manifested God before negating existence occurs. Ones of destruction and creation- things like that. While most people do attest to that power, very rarely can anyone ever say they ever saw or felt the complete manifestation of those entities.
Likewise, in more traditional and dogmatic circles, some say Gabriel and Raphael are the only two Archangels of power- completely disregarding most the Jewish nature of Ratziel, Sandalphon, Anaiel, Auriel or any other creature. Also, there’s not much reference in modern times to the power of the Divine made manifest, such in the Greek legends but there are testaments to demonic or angelic powers.
These titanic forces have worker angels. All working along to maintain the balance of the universe against the ebb and flow of energy, changed by the will of living creatures and the “rules” established by God.
For Azazel, he’s the Muslim’s Angel of Death; however, he’s a destroying angel. Also, you can use fallen/wicked angel or even demon/Lamentations of God. However, I’ve yet to actually summon every demon known and match it with the Enochian tables as that would take FOR-EVER. Probably, I don’t know, I have other stuff to do.
Also, the idea that’s he somehow punished is a rather dogmatic approach. Yeah, in my experience he’s chained but contained is a better word. He’s a destroyer, it’s what has to be done to maintain that sense of order. You know, wouldn’t want to unmake the world unexpectedly. At least, no one wants to unless it’s on their own terms.
Which brings up another point: few people are ready and willing to cause plagues, unrest or say… lightening to strike the top of a very important person’s house as warning to do his job. So, depending on what you do with that entity, is a testament to what he can do. Also, magic takes a sense of knowing that what you’re doing is going to work. No one can expect to work if they say over and over, “It won’t work.” Now you’ve just convinced yourself not even to try it because of the notion that, “It won’t work.” Try it again and see how it goes, you might be surprise! =D