Hexenhaus - Biography

This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.




The Swedish thrash metal act Hexenhaus was formed in Stockholm in 1987. In 1988 their vocalist Nicklas Johansson left the band and he was replaced by Tommie Agrippa who was an old friend of Rick Meister. One and a half year later (in 1990) Thomas Lundin (at that time singing in a thrash metal band called Hatred from Dalarna) joined as the new vocalist. The band broke up in 1992 but they reunited temporarily in 1997 to record their fourth album "Dejavoodoo" which had been planned for two years. Thomas Lundin did backing vocals and keyboards for Memento Mori in 1993 at a couple of shows in Stockholm and London. In 1994 he did the vocals for Fifth Reason's demo tape "Stranded" and was offered to join them as their full-time vocalist but he declined. From 1995 to 1999 he had a gothic rock band in the The Mission / Sisters Of Mercy vein. Later on he became a web designer instead. The other members have performed with other bands or focused on "real" life. Despite what has been stated on this website before and in various other printed and non-printed sources, Hexenhaus and Maninnya Blade were not the same band but two different bands.