Örebro

What is Örebro known for?


time number

of ''Guitar World'' magazine's list of the greatest 100 guitar albums of all time, number 9 on Metal Storm's list of top 100 progressive metal albums of all time, number 42 on Decibel's (Decibel (magazine)) Top 100 Greatest Metal Albums of the Decade, one of ''Classic Rock (Classic Rock (magazine))''‘s 10 essential progressive rock albums of the decade.


metal acts

and AIK (AIK Fotboll) in Örebro 2009-07-05. As advertised in Nerikes Allehanda 2009-07-05. alias origin Örebro, Sweden genre Grindcore '''Nasum''' (pronunciation na:sum ) was a grindcore band from Örebro, Sweden formed in 1992. The band released four studio albums, developed into "one of that country's premier metal acts"


vocals bass

in Sweden. image Nikola-sarcevic-2008.jpg caption Nikola Šarčević at Conventum, Örebro, Sweden April 12, 2008. image_size 220px birth_date birth_place Örebro, Sweden instrument Vocals, Bass (Bass guitar), Guitar, Piano, Keyboards (Keyboard instrument), Harmonica, Percussion '''Nikola Šarčević''' (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Шарчевић


series live

, at ''Klosterstigen 18''. In the books, he lives in a three floors high house with six flats, while he in the TV series live in a high-rise apartment building, similar to those in Hagalund. The name Öreskoga is a combination of the hometowns of the authors of the Bert-diaries - Sören Olsson's hometown, Örebro, and Anders Jacobsson's hometown, Karlskoga. Öreskoga is located somewhere between Karlskoga-Örebro. thumb 240px Årsta centrum Central Årsta (File:Arsta centrum 2007 1.jpg), here 2007, acted as a town square in Öreskoga in the 1994 Bert TV series (Bert (TV series)). Released 1 October 1994 (1994 in music)


biography show

;morningpeth" Morningrise. Opeth.com. Retrieved July 5, 2011. It was also the last album that was recorded with Johan DeFarfalla and Anders Nordin.biography show tpl chapter-iv Opeth Biography: Chapter IV. Opeth.com. Retrieved July 5, 2011. - Örebro SK Örebro Behrn Arena align "center" 14,500 - birth_date


guitar bass

in Sweden. image Nikola-sarcevic-2008.jpg caption Nikola Šarčević at Conventum, Örebro, Sweden April 12, 2008. image_size 220px birth_date birth_place Örebro, Sweden instrument Vocals, Bass (Bass guitar), Guitar, Piano, Keyboards (Keyboard instrument), Harmonica, Percussion '''Nikola Šarčević''' (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Шарчевић

) (born July 9, 1974, in Örebro, Sweden) is the bass (bass guitar)ist, vocalist (singer), and primary songwriter in the punk rock band Millencolin. He lives in Gothenburg, Sweden with his wife Lisa, and three daughters. DATE OF BIRTH July 9, 1974 PLACE OF BIRTH Örebro, Sweden DATE OF DEATH In 1857 a railroad between Örebro and Arboga was built and a station in Fellingsbro was opened some kilometres east of the parish church


active community

of Örebro Municipality in Sweden. It is located about 12 kilometers west of Örebro, and has a population of about 500. Recently the local inhabitants saved a local school by protesting against its permanent closure with the help of 130 liters of popcorn. Latorp was also the centre for a campaign in 2004 against the Tysslinge area becoming a city of its own. The village has a very active community council (Swedish: Byalag). Among the task of the community council is to arrange


classic rock

concerts in Tokyo and one concert each in Nagoya and Osaka. During that tour, guitarist and band co-founder John Norum told the other band members that he wanted to leave the band, due to musical differences and a disagreement with the band's manager, Thomas Erdtman. ref name "classic rock" >

of ''Guitar World'' magazine's list of the greatest 100 guitar albums of all time, number 9 on Metal Storm's list of top 100 progressive metal albums of all time, number 42 on Decibel's (Decibel (magazine)) Top 100 Greatest Metal Albums of the Decade, one of ''Classic Rock (Classic Rock (magazine))''‘s 10 essential progressive rock albums of the decade.

: newmusicexcess.wordpress.com 2010 02 27 classic-rock-10-essential-00s-prog-albums title Classic Rock's Top 10 Progressive Metal Albums of the Decade accessdate August 7, 2010 History The club was founded on April 27, 1920 by a group of young athletes (Sportsperson) living in the Karlslund area in western Örebro. With an original focus on athletics (athletics (track and field)), skiing and football (football (soccer)), the club quickly branched into other sports


oslo

– Warsaw – Brest (Brest, Belarus) – Minsk – Smolensk – Moscow – Ryazan – Penza – Samara (Samara, Russia) – Ufa – Chelyabinsk – Kurgan – Ishim – Omsk * 35px link European route E16 (File:Tabliczka E16.svg) – : Derry – Belfast … Glasgow – Edinburgh … Bergen – Arna (Arna, Norway) – Voss - Lærdal – Tyin – Fagernes – Hønefoss – Sandvika – Oslo * File:Tabliczka E18.svg

35px link European route E18 – : Craigavon – Belfast – Larne … Stranraer – Gretna (Gretna, Scotland) – Carlisle (Carlisle, Cumbria) – Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne) … Kristiansand – Arendal – Porsgrunn – Larvik – Sandefjord – Horten – Drammen – Oslo – Askim – Karlstad – Örebro – Västerås – Stockholm Kapellskär … Mariehamn … Turku Naantali – Helsinki – Kotka

... Bergen (Bergen, Norway) - Arna (Arna, Norway) - Voss ... Lærdal - Tyin - Fagernes - Hønefoss - Sandvika - Oslo * E18 (European route E18) - '''Craigavon''' - '''Belfast''' - '''Larne''' ... Stranraer - Gretna (Gretna, Scotland) - Carlisle (Carlisle, Cumbria) - Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne) ... Kristiansand - Arendal - Porsgrunn - Larvik - Sandefjord - Horten - Drammen - Oslo - Askim - Karlstad


main reasons

with any of his bands (it has been said that one of the main reasons for this is that he is unable to sustain the heavy growling (Death grunt) death metal vocals used in many of his bands for any prolonged period of time). He has a German girlfriend and he maintains close ties to his family. He had played bass in his elder brother Dag Swanö's band Pan.Thy.Monium with Dan using '''Day DiSyraah''', and Dag using '''Äag''' as pseudonyms. Dag also plays guitar in Nightingale (Nightingale (band)), formerly under the name of '''Tom Nouga'''. The Swedish (Sweden) troupe began touring their production in October, playing Umeå, Linköping, Gävle, Örebro, Halmstad, Lund, Kungsbacka, and Skövde.

Örebro

'''Örebro''' is a city (Stad (Sweden)), the seat of Örebro Municipality and the capital of Örebro County in Sweden with 140,599 inhabitants in 2013. It is the sixth biggest city in Sweden and one of the largest inland hubs of the country.

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