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Attila Csihar

a.k.a.Csihar Attila, Paprikajancsiharcsa Drattula, Attila Csihar Dracula, Void ov Voices
CountryHungary
Birth nameAttila Gábor Csihar
BornMarch 29, 1971, Budapest, Budapest, Hungary (age 46)
Member ofpreview  Tormentor  (1985-1991, 1999-present)
preview  Mayhem  (1993, 2004-present)
preview  Aborym  (2000-2005)
preview  Korog  (2002-2004)
preview  Keep of Kalessin  (2003-2004)
preview  Burial Chamber Trio  (2006-?)
preview  Grave Temple  (2006-present)
preview  Pentemple  (2007-?)
preview  Sinsaenum  (2016-present)
OccupationsMusician, Vocalist
InstrumentsVocals, Guitars
GenresBlack Metal, Dark Ambient, Drone Metal
LabelsSouthern Lord Recordings
Years active1985-present
Videos by  youtube

Attila Csihar Discography

Album titleTypeRelease dateRatingVotesReviews
preview CollectionWish List Compilation - 00
Stephen O'Malley - 6°Fskyquake preview CollectionWish List Studio - 00
Additional notes
Attila Csihar is a Hungarian (Black) Metal vocalist, best known for his vocal work on the album De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas by Mayhem.
His career started in the Hungarian metal band Tormentor. The band reached a cult status in black metal circles, even without major label releases. In 1992, Attila was invited to perform vocals on De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas after Mayhem’s then-vocalist Dead committed suicide. The album became one of the quintessential albums of the genre, even though some fans consider Attila’s vocals out of place.
After Mayhem, Attila continued to work in various experimental projects, such as Plasma Pool, Aborym and Korog. In 2004, he recorded vocals for the song ‘Decay2 (Nihil’s Maw)’ by American Doom/Drone Metal band Sunn O))), and even performed live with the band on their European tour. He briefly performed in Keep of Kalessin as well. Currently, Attila left Aborym in order to rejoin Mayhem as the band’s new singer, after their previous singer, Maniac, left. His final contribution to Aborym was performing lead vocals on the song Man Bites God on their 2006 album, Generator. Recently, Attila has joined Greg Anderson of Sunn O))) and Oren Ambarchi in a new project called Burial Chamber Trio.
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