MAYHEM Frontman Interviewed In Montreal; Video Available
HardTimes.ca conducted an interview with vocalist Attila Csihar of Norwegian/Hungarian black metallers MAYHEM prior to the band's June 15, 2009 concert in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Watch the 33-minute chat below.
The Montreal date was the final show of the Blackenedfest tour, which also featured CEPHALIC CARNAGE, CATTLE DECAPITATION and WITHERED during the earlier part of the trek (before financial issues forced the other bands to drop off the tour).
MAYHEM recently announced the addition of French guitarist Silmaeth (ex-VORKREIST) to the group's touring lineup. He said in a statement, "It's a great honor for me to join such a legend. My experience with MAYHEM has been extremely positive so far. Within the band, we all have a very good feeling about this new lineup, as the songs have become more solid and intense now with the addition of a second guitar."
MAYHEM's current live formation is as follows:
Attila Csihar: Vocals
Necrobutcher (a.k.a. Jørn Stubberud): Bass
Hellhammer (a.k.a. Jan Axel Blomberg): Drums
Morfeus (a.k.a. Krister Dreyer): Guitar
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