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Glenn Ljungström (born 7 September 1974) is a European co-guitarist from Nödinge-Nol, for a Swedish band called The Resistance, since 2011. He was also an ex-guitarist and composer in a few other Swedish bands. He was most notably in melodic death metal band In Flames from 1993-1997, for which he was also an original member. He quit In Flames to support his family with a more stable job. The other two bands that which he took part in 1995 were in HammerFall until 1997 and lastly a side project he co-founded with Jesper Strömblad called Dimension Zero, which he remained in until 2003, after which he quit that band as well.