|Daniel Erlandsson Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||May 22, 1976|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Daniel Erlandsson is a Swedish musician and drummer who is known for being the drummer of the melodic death metal band Arch Enemy, which also includes musicians like Michael Amott, Alissa White-Gluz, Sharlee D’Angelo, and Jeff Loomis. Apart from that, he has also earned fame as the drummer of the Mexican-American extreme metal band named Brujeria.
Daniel John Erlandsson
Malmö, Skåne County, Sweden
- Sibling – Adrian Erlandsson (Older Brother) (Musician, Drummer)
Melodic Death Metal, Death Metal, Grindcore, Thrash Metal
Drums, Guitar, Keyboard
As a member of Arch Enemy, he is signed with Century Media Records and Wrong Again.
6 ft or 183 cm
78 kg or 172 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Daniel Erlandsson is of Romanian descent on his paternal side.
- Tall stature
- Long hair
- Deep-set eyes
Daniel Erlandsson Facts
- He grew up alongside his brother in Sweden and started playing drums at a very young age.
- Daniel Erlandsson shares a great bond with his brother and has stated on the website of Arch Enemy, “We grew up together and used to jam on a little kit in our parents’ basement, he started first and after some years I started too… He’s been a great influence over the years, and if it wasn’t for him I probably wouldn’t be playing today.”
- His brother has worked with several groups and artists including At the Gates, The Haunted, Nemhain, Netherbird, Nifelheim, Cradle of Filth, Brujeria, Samsas Traum, Paradise Lost, and Vallenfyre.
- With Brujeria, Daniel Erlandsson has worked under the pseudonym “El Clavador”.
- He has also worked with the popular English extreme metal band, Carcass.
- With Arch Enemy, he released his debut studio album, Black Earth, on December 12, 1996, and some of its songs are Bury Me an Angel, Idolatress, Eureka, Fields of Desolation, and Dark Insanity.
- Some other works by Arch Enemy include albums like Burning Bridges, Anthems of Rebellion, Wages of Sin, Rise of the Tyrant, and Will to Power.
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