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|Birth name||Torbjørn Schei|
|Also known as||Thebon|
|Born||6 November 1982|
|Genres||Black metal, death metal, thrash metal, extreme metal|
|Occupation(s)||Vocalist, photographer, producer|
|Labels||Nuclear Blast, Candlelight, Tabu, Indie|
|Associated acts|| Keep of Kalessin |
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Torbjørn Schei, better known as Thebon (born 6 November 1982 in Steinkjer, Norway) is a Norwegian musician, singer and songwriter.
Thebon has been noted for his work in several bands in his country, as Keep of Kalessin and Hellish Outcast.
Torbjørn is also a photographer and his own company can be found at www.scheimedia.net
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