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Fredrik Isaksson, at Grave Theater,2008

Fredrik Isaksson (born 1971, in Stockholm), also known as "Freddan", is a Swedish bass player in Subztain, Berzerker Legion and Dark Funeral. He has also previously been a member of heavy metal bands: Therion (in 1994), Grave and Excruciate.

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