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ReinXeed ist eine schwedische Symphonic-/Power-Metal-Band aus Boden, die im Jahr 2000 in Umeå gegründet wurde.

ReinXeed wurde 2000 als Band gegründet. Neben einer Website entstanden einige Demoaufnahmen, doch die restlichen Mitglieder verloren irgendwann das Interesse an der Band. Tommy Johansson führte die Band danach unter dem Pseudonym Tommy ReinXeed als Soloprojekt weiter.

2008 lernt er Christian Liljegren (ex-Narnia) kennen, der ihn für Rivel Records unter Vertrag nimmt. Mit Schlagzeuger Jani Stefanović entstand das erste Album The Light (2008). Die restlichen Instrumente wurden von Johansson selbst in seinem Heimstudio eingespielt. Offiziell war jedoch Matthias Lindgren als Schlagzeuger aufgeführt, der auf dem nächsten Album Higher mitspielte, jedoch die Band wegen seiner Hauptband Royal Jester verließ. Auf dem Album Higher engagierte Johansson erstmals Gastmusiker und verlegte den Bandmittelpunkt nach Boden. Es folgten mit wechselnden Gastmusikern die Alben Majestic (2010) und 1912 (2011).

Anschließend veröffentlichte Tommy Johansson die Kompilation Swedish Hitz Goes Metal, auf der er Hits der schwedischen Bands ABBA, Roxette und Ace of Base coverte. Bereits vorher hatte er auf YouTube diverse Coverversionen veröffentlicht. 2012 folgte das Album Welcome to the Theatre auf Liljegren Records.




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  • Kapir0t0

    1912 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ALL

    15. Dez. 2014 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    You mean 2005? I do think they're the spiritual descendants of Sonata Arctica...with the exception that they didn't turn lame after 4 albums.

    7. Okt. 2014 Antworten
  • jaroslavpelikan

    Am I the only one that thinks ReinXeed is the new Sonata Arctica? I saw the latter in concert c. 1995 and this is identical is feels.

    3. Okt. 2014 Antworten
  • andreluisfonk

    Would be awesome if Tommy made a video-game themed album though. :3 [2]

    23. Aug. 2014 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    Also (if anyone's here), how would you guys rank the ReinXeed albums? I think mine right now would go like this: 1912 > Higher > The Light > A New World > Welcome to the Theater > Majestic. All of them are great albums, it's just that every song on 1912 is killer while maybe half the songs on Majestic are killer.

    15. Aug. 2014 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    Tommy ReinXeed's on vacation now but I hope he has news regarding his band(s) when he returns. It'd be a shame to break the combo of one album per year.

    15. Aug. 2014 Antworten
  • mattimek

    + Fantasia +

    7. Aug. 2014 Antworten
  • Kapir0t0

    Awesome band! Tommy Johansson is one of the best metal vocalists in the world!

    25. Mai. 2014 Antworten
  • TheXeroDynamic

    I love we must go faster, its bloody good

    29. Nov. 2013 Antworten
  • I_will_burn_the


    20. Okt. 2013 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    Got the album; so many interesting songs in this one! Apparently Tommy's favorite songs are "The Journey Home" and "Northern Allstars" and I have to agree with him; the drummers' favorite song is "Chalice of Time" and I can see why (very nice drum patterns), Final Destination is actually a re-master of one of the songs on ReinXeed's first EP Lionheart! Now if they released songs 'Lionheart' and 'Future Land' that'd be awesome, even though the latter has obvious influences (Future World anyone?). My favorites, other than the ones already listed, would probably have to be "Guitar Hero" (the one song I've been exposed to the most because of youtube), the long epic "A New World" (which kinda reminds me of SA's White Pearl Black Oceans) and the overlooked "Curse and Damnation". I like all of the songs though. Again, such a good album, better than their previous one in my opinion!

    22. Sep. 2013 Antworten
  • Scaab

    Would be awesome if Tommy made a video-game themed album though. :3

    16. Sep. 2013 Antworten
  • skunkworks


    12. Sep. 2013 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    Well...by the looks of it, there's no videogame concept at all. There *might* be some sort of space travelling theme but it's nowhere near as blatant as the titanic and theater themes were. Oh well! Their new album sounds really good from what I hear on youtube, but I doubt it'll surpass their magnum opus "1912". Also, the Vol. II 2 album releases on 25 October over here, so I guess I have to revert back to my original plan and import it anyway...Alsoooo I think I'm the only one on this board so I have no idea why I'm talking to myself. :D

    8. Sep. 2013 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    So I was browsing around for info on the new DG album...then I found this pic: http://silentforce.blog.ocn.ne.jp/.shared/image.html?/photos/uncategorized/2013/08/20/dsc_0016.jpg That's right, Swedish Hitz Vol II is coming and I didn't even know! That guy already has both ReinXeed albums!! Arrrgh Japan is the luckiest country ever when it comes to metal :P Now I guess I'll have to wait instead of importing it.

    20. Aug. 2013 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    As the release date of the new album is slowly approaching, I was thinking if it's theme-based like the last two ones (Titanic & theater). Stuff like 'Guitar Hero', 'The Journey Home' and 'Final Destination' might be pointing to some sort of videogame concept (one is obvious, the other two might be references to Journey PS3 and Super Smash Bros respectively). I know it's a wild guess so I'm not counting so much on it.

    9. Aug. 2013 Antworten
  • Alikys

    The people want a Swedish Hitz Pt II! [2]

    16. Jun. 2013 Antworten
  • Sonata89


    16. Jun. 2013 Antworten
  • Jason_Kountou

    vv Seriously? There are barely any religion elements in the music / songwriting (I can only think of three moments in the entire ReinXeed discography), and the few bits that refer to god are definitely not in-your-face preachy. Even if they were though, I would never reach that point of insecurity where I wouldn't listen to a band simply because it mentions religion. It's not like they sing about decapitating babies or how much they like coprophagia or whatnot.

    28. Mai. 2013 Antworten
  • brettlayton

    I'd like it so much more if it weren't so religious.

    8. Mai. 2013 Antworten
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