H. Olliver Twisted

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Olli Herman
Olli Herman.jpg
Olli Herman with Reckless Love live in 2012 at Tavastia Klubi in Helsinki.
Background information
Birth name Olli Herman Kosunen
Also known as H. Olliver Twisted, Olli Herman
Born (1983-05-19) 19 May 1983 (age 34)
Origin Kuopio, Finland
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2001–present
Labels Universal Music
Associated acts Crashdïet
Reckless Love

Olli Herman Kosunen (born 19 May 1983 in Kuopio, Finland), also known as H. Olliver Twisted is a Finnish singer who was the former frontman to the Swedish glam metal band Crashdïet. Twisted is currently a member of the Finnish glam metal band Reckless Love.


Before he was a member of Crashdïet, he was a member of the Finnish rock band Reckless Love. They released an EP in 2006 called Speed Princess. In 2007 he joined the Swedish hard rock band Crashdïet, to replace their former singer Dave Lepard; who died in January of the previous year. Twisted released one album with Crashdïet, The Unattractive Revolution, which featured the singles; "In the Raw" and "Falling Rain". He went on a world tour with the band to support the album. On 13 July 2008, Twisted left Crashdïet so he could spend more time in his other band, Reckless Love.

Reckless Love released their self-titled debut album on 24 February 2010. And a second album, Animal Attraction, on 5 October 2011.

Private life[edit]

Olli Herman with Reckless Love at Skogsröjet festival, Rejmyre, Sweden, 2012

Twisted married his girlfriend Noora Niemelä on 11 February 2012 in Tampere, Finland.[1] Furthermore, Twisted and Noora are the main characters in the Reckless Love music video "Animal Attraction".[2] On 9 February 2017, Twisted confirmed that day's headlines in the Finnish press about him and Noora Niemelä getting divorced.[3]


With Crashdïet[edit]


With Reckless Love[edit]


  • "So Happy I Could Die" (2013)
  • "Nights on Fire" (2013)
  • "Hot" (2011)
  • "Badass/Get Electric" (2010)
  • "Romance" (2010)
  • "Beautiful Bomb" (2009)
  • "One More Time" (2009)
  • "Speed Princess" (2006)
  • "Light But Heavy" (2005)
  • "TKO" (2005)
  • "So Yeah!!" (2004)


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