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|Birth name||Mieszko Andrzej Talarczyk|
|Also known as||Mierre Mongo|
December 23, 1974|
|Died||December 26, 2004
Phi Phi Island, Thailand
|Genres||Death metal, grindcore|
|Occupations||Musician, songwriter, producer|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, bass|
|Associated acts||Genocide Superstars, Krigshot, Nasum|
Mieszko Talarczyk (December 23, 1974 in Poland – December 26, 2004 in Thailand) was the lead singer and guitarist of the Swedish grindcore band Nasum, Genocide Superstars, Krigshot and Charles Harfager. Known for his engineering and production abilities, he co-founded Soundlab studios with Millencolin guitarist Mathias Färm.
In 2004, Mieszko went on holiday to Thailand with his girlfriend during a break in between albums, and died in the tsunami disaster on December 26, 2004. His body was identified on February 16, 2005 and his remains were transported back to his hometown of Örebro, Sweden where his funeral was held on 30 March. Though badly injured, his girlfriend Emma survived. After Mieszko's death, Nasum and Genocide Superstars disbanded permanently.
Mieszko was rarely seen without a cap or shaven.
- Mudrian, Albert (May 2005). "A Tribute to Nasum's Mieszko Talarczyk (1974–2004)" (PDF). Decibel. Red Flag Media. pp. 48–50. Retrieved 7 May 2009.
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