Mayhem / Album: Grand Declaration Of War
Before Dead arrived in 1988, Mayhem had three other vocalists. One of them being Maniac, who returned in 1995, after Attila Csihar's first stint (1992-1993).Thanks to your question, I realized I have no idea if Mayhem had any gigs to speak of - or at all - before Dead.
Hey, thanks a lot, Foro, hadn't seen this ever.Before Dead arrived in 1988, Mayhem had three other vocalists. One of them being Maniac, who returned in 1995, after Attila Csihar's first stint (1992-1993).
Messiah (Eirik Norheim): 1985-1986
Maniac (Sven Erik Kristiansen): 1986-'88
Kittil Kittilsen: 1988
Mayhem did some gigs in between 1984-1988. E.g. this one with Messiah (according to a YouTube commenter, citing Necrobutcher, this is from 1985):
It's fine if they didn't pull out facts, but the problem is that they completely make stuff up by making Varg out to be a Satanist, rapist, and a Nazi of which he was none.The film was bound to get stuff wrong, but then again, it was never intended to be a documentary or something you’d pull facts from. It’s a film first and foremost and should be judged on that basis.
He's a "Blood and Soil" Odinist, which are codewords for Nazism.and a Nazi of which he was none.
Second song is out, it's even better:
Apparently this is a band based on a black metal comic book. I've never heard of this comic book but it has ~300k likes on Facebook, so it seems to be well-known. This whole thing seems to me like black/melodeath metal Gorillaz, since the actual band members are not known, but the vocalist seems to be the Insomnium vocalist, since it sounds just like him.