MAYHEM Frontman's VOID OV VOICES: Stockholm Performance Footage Available

Demonia's Blogg has been updated with video footage of VOID OF VOICES' January 20, 2010 performance at Fylkingen in Stockholm, Sweden. Watch the clips below.

VOID OV VOICES is the new project from iconic TORMENTOR and MAYHEM frontman Attila Csihar based only on his processed voice.

VOID OV VOICES, which made its live debut in late 2008 in Moscow, will support post-black metal titans ULVER at London, England's Scala on February 10.

Performing since 1986 when he co-founded cult-metal band TORMENTOR, Attila is best known for his contribution to MAYHEM's "De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas" album in 1993, a milestone for the black metal genre. Csihar is, or has been, a member of various groups such as PLASMA POOL, ABORYM, and KOROG. He has also done guest vocals (and toured) with SUNN O))), BURIAL CHAMBER TRIO and GRAVETEMPLE.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/voidovvoices.

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