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Gösta Berlings Saga

Gösta Berlings Saga
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Sweden
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Gösta Berlings Saga was formed in 2004 by Alexander Skepp (drums) and David Lundberg (keyboards). After a short time they added Gabriel Hermansson (bass) and Mathias Danielsson (guitars). After their first album, Danielsson was replaced with Einar Baldursson. Lundberg is also part of Necromonkey. Daniellson has gone on to work with Øresund Space Collective, My Brother the Wind, and others.
Photo by Johan Dahlroth, courtesy of Cuneiform Records
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http://www.gostaberlingssaga.se
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Releases on file (6)
Gösta Berlings Saga — Sersophane Gösta Berlings Saga — Sersophane
(Icosahedron IC02, 2016, CD)
Necromonkey — A Glimpse of Possible Endings Necromonkey — A Glimpse of Possible Endings
(Roth Händle Recordings RO 002, 2014, CD)
Necromonkey — Necroplex Necromonkey — Necroplex
(Roth Händle Recordings RO 001, 2013, CD)
Gösta Berlings Saga — Glue Works Gösta Berlings Saga — Glue Works
(Cuneiform Rune 319, 2011, CD)
Gösta Berlings Saga — Detta Har Hänt Gösta Berlings Saga — Detta Har Hänt
(Transubstans Records TRANS047, 2009, CD)
Gösta Berlings Saga — Tid är Ljud Gösta Berlings Saga — Tid är Ljud
(Transubstans Records TRANS021, 2006, CD)

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