Norwegian black metallers MAYHEM have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We are all happy to announce to all of you that the upcoming album by legendary Norwegian black metalists MAYHEM will once again be handled and crafted by the one and only Season Of Mist. This unholy alliance has been fighting together for more than seven years already and yet there is no end in sight. 'Ordo Ab Chao' will then be MAYHEM's three full-length on the French label. The band also states that 'after the troubled 'Chimera', some conditions and issues have changed for the better. We are very focused and eager to record our first album (since'93) with Attila Csihar back behind the microphone. The beast has never been stronger."

Csihar joined MAYHEM in November 2004 as the replacement for departed singer Maniac (real name Sven Erik Kristiansen).

MAYHEM's last studio album, "Chimera", entered the Norwegian album chart at position No. 28 upon its release in March 2004.


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