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Andromeda (Swedish band)

Andromeda
Origin Sweden
Genres Progressive Metal
Years active 1999 – present
Labels Massacre
Avalon
Marquee
Replica
Associated acts A.C.T, Nonexist, Opus Atlantica, Skyfire, Bloom
Website www.andromedaonline.com
Members Johan Reinholdz
David Fremberg
Martin Hedin
Thomas Lejon
Linus "Mr. Gul" Abrahamson
Past members Lawrence Mackrory
Gert Daun
Jakob Tanentsapf
Fabian Gustavsson

Andromeda is a progressive metal band from Sweden formed in 1999. They are currently signed to Massacre Records, Replica Records and Avalon/Marquee. The style emphasizes on strong keyboards and technical drumming. The band is also well known for the smooth vocals of David Fremberg.

They have recorded five albums as of 2011, as well as a live DVD. There are two versions of their first album, Extension of the Wish. The original recording features their first vocalist Lawrence Mackrory. The second version has all of the original instrument tracks, but with their replacement vocalist David Fremberg. The most recent album Manifest Tyranny was released in late 2011.[1]

Line-up

  • Johan Reinholdz – guitar (also in Nonexist, Opus Atlantica, Skyfire)
  • David Fremberg – vocals (also in Bloom)
  • Thomas Lejon – drums (also in A.C.T, ex-Embraced, ex-Ominous)
  • Martin Hedin – keyboards
  • Linus "Mr. Gul" Abrahamson – bass

Former members

  • Lawrence Mackrory – vocals (also in Seethings, ex-Darkane, Enemy Is Us)
  • Gert Daun – bass
  • Jakob Tanentsapf – bass
  • Fabian Gustavsson – bass

Discography

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