Olof Mörck

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Olof Mörck
Born (1981-12-12) December 12, 1981 (age 33)
Genres Melodic death metal, Death metal, Power metal
Labels Century Media
Associated acts Dragonland, Nightrage, Disarmonia Mundi, Amaranthe, My Darling Dismay
Notable instruments
Caparison Horus

Olof Mörck (born on December 12, 1981 in Gothenburg, Sweden) is the guitarist and principal songwriter for the metal band Amaranthe, as well as guitarist of the power metal band Dragonland. He was also a member of Nightrage between 2006 and 2011 as a guitarist. Recently, he has provided two guitar solos for the album The Isolation Game by the Italian melodic death metal band Disarmonia Mundi.

In 2010, My Darling Dismay released a video of a song with the same title. The song is more of a rock style than his previous metal projects.

Mörck appears on the 2010 album The History of Saints by the North Carolina band Vanisher, performing the solo for the song "Oceans."

Mörck provided a guest solo for Australian melodic death metal band Universum on the track, "Sum of the Universe," from their 2011 release Mortuus Machina.

Mörck also provides a guest solo for Australian power metal band Lord on an instrumental song from their 2009 release Set in Stone.

Gear/Endorsements[edit]

Caparison Dellinger II FX-WM Charcoal Black with EMG 81/85 pickups, Custom Caparison Horus 27 frets, Custom Caparison Dellinger II FX with EMG 81/85 pickups, Caparison Horus Snow Cloud 27 frets, Amps: Randall V2, Randall XL cabinet RS412XLT, Elixir and Di Marzio straps, Korg DT-10 stage tuner, Providence cables S-102, BBE Green screamer overdrive, Elixir Strings (0.10-0.64), Dunlop and Caparison picks (2.00 mm).

Discography with Dragonland[edit]

Discography with Nightrage[edit]

Discography with Disarmonia Mundi[edit]

Discography with Amaranthe[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Hunger" (2011)
  • "Rain" (2011)
  • "Amaranthine" (2011)
  • "1.000.000 Lightyears" (2012)
  • "The Nexus" (2013)
  • "Burn with Me" (2013)
  • "Drop Dead Cynicle" (2014)
  • "Trinity" (2014)

EPs[edit]

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