Jonas Björler

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Jonas Björler
Jonas Björler, The Haunted, Metaltown 2009.jpg
Jonas Björler with The Haunted at Metaltown 2009
Background information
Birth name Jonas Fredrik Björler[1]
Born (1973-02-26) February 26, 1973 (age 41)
Origin Sweden
Genres Death metal, melodic death metal, groove metal
Occupations Musician
Instruments Bass guitar
Associated acts At the Gates, The Haunted

Jonas Björler (born 26 February 1973) is the bassist and one of the founding members of the melodic death metal band At the Gates, along with his twin brother Anders Björler, Tomas Lindberg, Alf Svensson, and Adrian Erlandsson.

In 1996 at the end of the European tours of their final album Slaughter of the Soul, At the Gates split up and Jonas became one of the founding members of the band The Haunted along with his brother Anders and drummer Erlandsson. He is currently the bassist of The Haunted and has been the only continuous member of this band together with Patrik Jensen.

Discography[edit]

Demolition[edit]

  • Hordes of Evil (demo) (1987)

Infestation[edit]

  • When Sanity Ends (demo) (1990) Cover

At the Gates[edit]

  • Gardens of Grief (EP) (1991)
  • The Red in the Sky Is Ours (1992)
  • With Fear I Kiss the Burning Darkness (1993)
  • Terminal Spirit Disease (1994)
  • Slaughter of the Soul (1995)
  • Suicidal Final Art (compilation) (2001)
  • At War with Reality (2014)

Terror[edit]

  • Demo '94 (1994)

The Haunted[edit]

Equipment[edit]

Basses[edit]

Effects[edit]

Amplifiers[edit]

  • Heads
    • EBS TDE 650 (Current)
    • EBS Fafner (Current)
    • Marshall (At the Gates)
  • Cabinets
    • EBS 8x10" Neodynium (Current)

Misc[edit]

  • Dunlop Tortex picks .88
  • Ernie Ball strings

Personal life[edit]

He is a fan of Quake.

References[edit]

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