MAYHEM Make VH1's List Of 'Most Outrageous Celebrity Moments'

The infamous March 6, 2003 incident (story#1, story#2) when a flying sheep's head hit a concertgoer and fractured his skull at a concert of black metal band MAYHEM has made the VH1 list of the 100 "Most Outrageous Celebrity Moments", which premiered last week. The show's currently scheduled air times are Sunday, April 11 at 6:00 p.m. EST / 5:00 CET and Thursday, April 22 at 6:00 p.m. EST / 5:00 CET.

In other MAYHEM-related news, the group's latest album, "Chimera", is being released this week as a color LP (limited to 1,000 copies) and picture LP (limited to 500 copies). In addition, the band's official web site has just made available for download one track from the CD. Check out the song "You Must Fall" at this location (.zip file, 3.94 MB).


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