One Man Army and the Undead Quartet

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One Man Army and the Undead Quartet
Origin Trollhattan, Sweden
Genres melodic death metal
thrash metal
Years active 2004–2012
Labels Nuclear Blast
Massacre Records
Associated acts The Crown
Past members Mikael Lagerblad
Valle Adzic
Johan Lindstrand
Pekka Kiviaho
Marek Dobrowolski
Robert Axelsson
Jonas Blom

One Man Army and the Undead Quartet was a band from Sweden that played a fusion of melodic death metal and thrash metal. The band was formed by vocalist Johan Lindstrand after the breakup of The Crown. After two albums on Nuclear Blast Records, they moved to Massacre Records. Their third album, Grim Tales, received lukewarm reviews.[1][2] The band officially split-up in 2012.


Final Line-Up[edit]

  • Johan Lindstrand – vocals (2004-2012)
  • Robert Axelsson – bass (2005-2012)
  • Jonas Blom – lead guitar (2009-2012)
  • Marek Dobrowolski – drums (2005-2012)

Past Members[edit]




  • When Hatred Comes to Life (EP, 2005)
  • Christmas for the Lobotomizer (Single, 2006)


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