MAYHEM In Stockholm; Video Footage, Photos Available

Demonia's Blogg has been updated with video footage and photos of MAYHEM's November 27, 2009 performance at Klubben in Stockholm, Sweden. A couple of the clips can be viewed below.

Members of MAYHEM and their crew were arrested earlier this month for allegedly causing several thousand dollars in damage to a hotel room in Tilburg, Holland.

The group performed on November 15 at Hall Of Fame in Tilburg and had booked rooms for the night at Hotel Central.

An employee of the hotel arrived the following morning to find the hotel a big mess. Plants were thrown in the street, mirrors, a sink and curtains in the bathroom were torn apart and demolished. The beds and television were destroyed and walls were covered in spots/stains.

The hotel estimated the damage to be at least 5,000 euros (approximately $7,480).


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