- Peter Iwers
Background information Also known as DJ Kaos Born 15 May 1975 Origin Göteborg Genres Melodic death metal Occupations Musician Instruments Bass guitar, turntables (unofficially) Years active 1995–present Labels Nuclear Blast, Ferret Music Associated acts In Flames, Pendulum Website inflames.com
Peter Iwers (born on 15 May 1975 in Stockholm, Sweden) is the current bass player of the Swedish band In Flames. He has played in In Flames along with Daniel Svensson since their 1999 album Colony, replacing Johan Larsson.
His bass playing style has been influenced by Toto bassist Mike Porcaro, as well as Geddy Lee from Rush and John Myung of Dream Theater fame.
He has two daughters and is expecting another child. He also has an ex-wife. His brother Anders is a bass player too, for Tiamat.
Before he joined In Flames, Iwers played in a band called Chameleon.
- Save Your Prayers & Nailed to the Ground from Psalms of Extinction by Pain (2007)
- Self Versus Self from Immersion by Pendulum (2010)
Peter uses equipment from ESP, Ibanez, Washburn, Peavey, Spector, and Ampeg. He uses ordinary 5-6 string bass guitars and now has an Ibanez signature bass, the PIB1. This bass was based around the Ibanez 5 Prestige he was using and was tuned to (low to high) B♭,C,F,B♭,E♭
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- In Flames official website
- In Flames on Myspace
- In Flames fan Sste and international forum
- In Flames official fan site
Anders Fridén · Björn Gelotte · Niclas Engelin · Peter Iwers · Daniel Svensson
Mikael Stanne · Glenn Ljungström · Johan Larsson · Jesper Strömblad
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