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|Birth name||David Kristoffer Gildenlöw|
27 July 1978 |
|Genres||Singer-Songwriter, Progressive rock|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, songwriter, record producer|
|Instruments||Bass guitar, guitar, cello, double bass, vocals, drums, synthesizer, mandolin|
|Associated acts||Pain of Salvation
In 2003, Gildenlöw left Sweden, as well as his eleven year career as bass guitarist for Progressive-rock band Pain of Salvation, to reside in the Netherlands with his Dutch wife and daughter. In 2012, Gildenlöw released his debut album, Rust. He has worked as a session musician since 2005, recording and touring with bands and artists including Neal Morse, Lana Lane, Dial, For All We Know, Omnia, Harmony, Bert Heerink, The Shadow Theory, 11'th Hour, and Epysode.
Gildenlöw is currently working on his second solo album, with anticipated release date of 2016.
- Rust (2012)