MAYHEM Frontman Performs With SALEM: Photos Available

Israel's Metalist magazine has posted pictures from Tuesday night's (Dec. 27) SALEM concert held at the Theatre Club in Tel Aviv. The show featured a guest appearance by MAYHEM vocalist Attila Csihar (formerly of TORMENTOR, ABORYM), who performed a set of classic MAYHEM tracks with SALEM. Check out the pictures at this location.

SALEM's appearance at the Theater Club followed a 16-month absence from the stage, during which time the band recorded and released the "Strings Attached" CD, which combines SALEM songs and dark classical music.

As previously reported, MAYHEM have set "Ordo Ab Chao" as the title of their new album, tentatively due in early 2006 via Season of Mist. The band's upcoming CD will mark their first release with vocalist Csihar since their 1993 album, "De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas". Csihar joined MAYHEM in November 2004 as the replacement for departed singer Maniac (real name Sven Erik Kristiansen).


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