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Anders J.

"When the going gets though... the tough get going!"
Sounds like buzzword or a set phrase but I really try to live by it. 
I also think there are always two choices. 
1. Succumb 
2. Get up and do things. 
I try the latter. 

If there is no improvement one ought to seek professional help. 

About Me


Benny Jansson, and with his brother Jens (as "The Johansson Brothers"). He initially joined HammerFall on the "Legacy" tour in 1999, at first only as a session drummer but later as a full-time member.

He is co-founder of Heptagon Records with his brother, created to promote their discs, their father's and some other Swedish musicians' work.

Johansson was a guest drummer on Narnia's album The Great Fall. Johansson is best known for his time in Malmsteen's band, besides his former role as HammerFall's drummer. He has been praised for his technical talent, in metal as well as other genres.

Johansson also plays the upright bass (double bass) in a jazz duo together with his brother Jens Johansson. Anders and Jens Johansson performing on double bass

He released his memoirs "Trumslagarpojken" 2016. Today Anders lives with his family outside Malmö in south Sweden. He is interested in cars and martial arts.

Now Johansson plays with Manowar, his first concert was in 25 March 2019 in Brno, Czech Republic. In 2016, Anders founded power metal band Tungsten together with his son Nick and Karl Johansson.

Anders Johansson was born in Stockholm. He and his mum and younger brother later moved to Malmö after his father died in a car accident. The first instrument he played was the piano, but at the age of 14, after a bicycle accident, he switched to drums. From 1979 through 1982 he attended an electronics engineering school.

In 1984 he moved to the United States to join his brother Jens in Yngwie Malmsteen's band. He recorded five albums and made five world tours with Malmsteen. After that, he worked with a huge number of artists, including bassist Jonas Hellborg,

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