Brynjard Tristan

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Brynjard Tristan
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Background information
Birth name Ivar Tristan Lundsten
Also known as Brynjard Tristan
Born June 14, 1976
Genres melodic black metal, thrash metal, blackened death metal
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments vocals, bass
Years active 1992–present
Associated acts Dimmu Borgir, Old Mans Child, Angstkrieg

Ivar Tristan Lundsten (professional name: Brynjard Tristan) (born June 14, 1976) is a Norwegian bassist and songwriter, presently living in Oslo, but originally hails from the nearby municipalities of Nesodden and Jessheim.[1]

He is mostly known for his time as bassist for the black metal-band Dimmu Borgir, from 1993 to 1996, which he left after the album Stormblåst. In 1994-1995 Brynjard was also a member of Old Man's Child, where he was a songwriter and played bass on the band's demo In The Shades Of Life. However, he left the band just before the release of their first album.

He also used to be a writer for the Norwegian music magazine Mute.[1][2]

Presently Brynjard is working on his new band, Angstkrieg, where he is the vocalist.

Discography[edit]

With Dimmu Borgir[edit]

With Old Man’s Child[edit]

With Angstkrieg[edit]

  • Angstkrieg, EP, self-released, 2010

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