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|Years active||1991–1994, 2002–2003, 2009–present|
|Past members||Jonas Engdegård
Änglagård is a Swedish progressive rock band, with influences including Cathedral, King Crimson, Genesis, Trettioåriga Kriget, Schicke Führs Fröhling, and Van der Graaf Generator. The band was established in 1991 by Tord Lindman (guitars and vocals) and Johan Högberg (bass guitar), and broke up in 1994. They combined vintage analog sounds with a modern classical approach to composing and arranging. Hybris, the debut release, and the follow-on instrumental Epilog of 1994, were both voted "album of the year" in polls of progressive rock fans. In 2003 the band briefly reformed (without founding member Lindman), performing new material at several performances, including NEARfest. In 2009 Mattias Olsson confirmed that the band had been recording new material on his MySpace blog, though no release date for the new material was announced. In July 2012 Anglagard's third studio album "Viljans Öga" was released. On October 4th 2012 it was announced on the bands official website that Tord Lindman was back in the band. Also there were further changes in the line-up with new recruits Erik Hammarström (drums, percussion) and Linus Kåse (keyboards, saxophone). Hammarström is a former member of The Flower Kings. Hammarström and Kåse are also members of Swedish progressive rock band Brighteye Brison. The debut performance with this line-up took place in the venue Bryggarsalen in Stockholm on February 23rd 2013. The band continued to tour during the spring. They were the opening act for three nights in a row (March 15th-17th) with The Crimson ProjeKct at Club Citta' in Kawasaki, Japan. In April they performed at Baja Prog festival in Mexico and the Prog-Résiste Convention in Belgium. On July 14th Anglagard played at Night of the Prog in Loreley, Germany with former Flower Kings member Jaime Salazar temporarily substituting on drums. The other dates currently announced for 2013 are Ino-Rock, Poland (August 31st) and Melloboat, Sweden/Latvia (Sept 6th).
- Anna Holmgren – Flute (1992–1994, 2002–2003, 2009–present)
- Johan Brand (born Högberg) – Bass (1991–1994, 2002–2003, 2009–present)
- Tord Lindman – Guitars and vocals (1991–1994, 2012-present)
- Linus Kåse – Keyboards (2012-present)
- Erik Hammarström – Drums (2012-present)
- Jonas Engdegård – Guitars (1991–1994, 2002–2003, 2009–2012)
- Thomas Johnson – Keyboards (including Mellotron, Hammond organs and Moogs) (1991–1994, 2002–2003, 2009–2012)
- Mattias Olsson – Drums and percussion (1991–1994, 2002–2003, 2009–2012)
- Buried Alive (1996)
- ""Christmas Time Is Here Again" - blog entry on MySpace". Blogs.myspace.com. 2011-10-19. Retrieved 2011-10-23.