Håvard Jørgensen

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Håvard Jørgensen
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Background information
Birth name Håvard Jørgensen
Also known as Haavard
Lemarchand
Born (1975-09-26) 26 September 1975 (age 39)
Oslo, Norway
Origin Norway
Genres Black metal, rock, pop
Occupation(s) Musician, composer
Instruments Guitars, vocals
Years active 1992–present
Associated acts Ulver
Satyricon
Akki & Hojo
C-Systems
InPublik
Snøhvitt

Håvard Jørgensen, also known as Haavard, Lemarchand and Hojo is a songwriter, guitarist and vocalist who has contributed in several bands and musical projects since the early '90s. Bands to mentioned are Satyricon, Ulver, SCN, C-Systems, Akki & Hojo and the genres span from black metal to pop/rock. Jørgensen is currently occupied with the alternative rockgroup Snøhvitt.

Career[edit]

Satyricon[edit]

One of the initiators of the band Eczema (which later on became Satyricon) which started up in 1991. Eczema won (as the first death metal-act) the Oslo Championship of Rock in 1992 – and changed thereafter the name to Satyricon.[1] Jørgensen participated on the first demo The Forest Is My Throne, but quit the band to join the newly founded Ulver in 1993.[2]

Ulver[edit]

Jørgensen was with Ulver from 1993 to 2000, and later as a session-guitarist.[3]

Akki and Hojo[edit]

Songwriter, vocalist and guitarist in Akki & Hojo from 2004-2008.

C-Systems[edit]

Vocalist and guitarist in C-Systems from 2008.

InPublik[edit]

Vocalist, guitarist and songwriter in InPublik from 2008–2011.
Inpublik were among the finalists in the web-based version of the Norwegian X Factor, Studio X in 2009.[4]

Snøhvitt[edit]

Vocalist, guitarist and songwriter in Snøhvitt from 2012–present.

Discography[edit]

Satyricon[edit]

  • Satyricon (Demo, 1992)

Ulver[edit]

The Mindtrip Project[edit]

  • Fragmentation EP (2000) – Departure and Content Zero

SCN[edit]

  • Inside Out (2001) – Guitars on All Tied Up and So Free

Head Control System[edit]

  • Murder Nature (2006) – Lead guitars on Masterpiece (of Art) and Rapid Eye Movement

Akki and Hojo[edit]

  • Skyfri (Singel, 2006) – Vocals and guitars
  • Angel on Guard (Singel, 2006) – Songwriter and guitars

C-Systems[edit]

  • Close my eyes (Singel, 2008) – Guitars
  • Don't Turn Around (Singel, 2009) – Lyrics and vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ulver Discography". Encyclopedia Metallum. Retrieved 13 June 2010. 
  2. ^ "Satyricon". Encyclopedia Metallum. Retrieved 13 June 2010. 
  3. ^ "Ulver Discography". Metal Kingdom. Metal Kingdom. Retrieved 13 June 2010. 
  4. ^ The Rachel Iren Mathisen (27 November 2009). "Inpublik er Finalister". Groruddalen (in Norwegian). Retrieved 13 June 2010. 

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