Ole Öhman is probably best known as drummer in Swedisch black metalband Dissection. The band was formed in 1989 by guitarist/vocalist Jon Nödveidt and bass player Peter Palmdahl. In the spring of 1990 Ole Öhman joined the band.
After masterpieces like "The Somberlain" and "Storm of the Light's Bane", things should getting only better and - musically - interesting.
Though the Dissection-history gets more suspense, it becomes tragic instead.
In 1995 second guitarist John Zweetslot leaves the band. A setback since he was an important song-writer.
Shortly after the release of the "Storm of the Light's Bane"-album, Öhman decides to leave the band as well, to play in the doom/black band Ophthalamia where he replaces Winter.
To make things worse for Dissection, Jon Nödtveidt and a friend are charged with the brutal murder of a 37-year old Algerian homosexual. Both are convicted in July of 1997, with Nödtveidt receiving an eight or ten-year sentence.
In October 1998 German major label Nuclear Blast signs Ole Öhman's new band Reaper, later renamed to Soulreaper.
As the end of Nödtveidt's prison-senetence gets nearer, rumours of the retuorn of Dissection get louder.
According to the band's official website, Bård Faust, former drummer of Emperor, was about to take the place of Ole Öhman in anticipation since 2002.
Using the name of "Bone W Machine", Öhman nowadays drums in Deathstars (formerly known as Swordmaster). Initial drummer Nicklas Rudolfsson didn't want to take part in this and therefore left the sticks to the former Dissection batterist Ole Öhman.
He also plays in the doom/black band Ophthalamia where he replaces Winter.