Reine Fiske

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Reine Fiske
Reine Fiske (Motorpsycho) (Krach Am Bach 2013) IMGP9130 smial wp.jpg
Fiske with Motorpsycho
live at Krach Am Bach 2013.
Background information
Birth nameNils Reine Fiske
Born (1972-10-04) 4 October 1972 (age 46)
Occupation(s)Musician, art director, sound engineering
InstrumentsGuitar, bass guitar, percussions, vocals
LabelsSubliminal Sounds
Associated actsDungen

Nils Reine Fiske (born 4 October 1972 in Saltsjö-Boo, Sweden) is a Swedish guitarist, art director and sound engineer at the record label Subliminal Sounds, who put his signature to many prog-rock project such as Landberk, Morte Macabre, Paatos, Motorpsycho, and Elephant9, but is best known for his playing in the band Dungen.[1]


Hans Magnus Ryan, Bent Sæther and Fiske with Motorpsycho liveKrach Am Bach 2013.

Fiske is currently playing in The Amazing with Christopher Gunrup, but has also played with the band Reform, and is a member of Sylvester Schlegel's band The Guild, in addition to those already mentioned. In 2012 he has released two albums, one with the band Svenska Kaputt which in addition to Fiske is constituted by Jonas Kullhammar, Torbjörn Zetterberg and Johan Holmegard, Still Life With Eggplant and Behind the Sun with the Norwegian prog-rock band Motorpsycho, and Atlantis with another Norwegian prog-rock band Elephant9, comprising the trio Ståle Storløkken, Nikolai Eilertsen and Torstein Lofthus. The latter appeared at Kongsberg Jazz Festival 2012.[2]


With Landberk
  • Lonely Land (The Laser's Edge, 1992)
  • One Man Tell's Another (Megarock Records, 1994)
  • Riktigt Äkta (Record Heaven Music, 1995)
  • Unaffected (Melodie & Dissonanze, 1995)
  • Indian Summer (Musea, 1996)
With Morte Macabre
  • Symphonic Holocaust (Musea, 1998)
With Paatos
With Dungen
With S.T. Mikael
With Anna Järvinen
With The Guild
  • The Golden Thumb (2009)
With Träd, Gräs och Stenar
  • Hemlösa Katter / Homeless Cats (Gåshud, 2009)
With The Amazing
With Elephant9
With Motorpsycho


  1. ^ "Dungen - fokrockpsych". (by Bill Kopp)
  2. ^ "Et svorsk mestermøte av det heftige slaget – Kultur". (by Sven Ove Bakke, in Norwegian)

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