Attila Csihar

Attila Csihar

Attila Csihar

Attila Csihar (born 29 March 1971), also sometimes known as Void, is a Hungarian black metal vocalist. He graduated as an electrical engineer, and used to be a private teacher of math and physics. His music career started in 1985, in the Hungarian metal band Tormentor, which reached a cult status in black metal circles. In 1992, Attila was invited to perform vocals on DeMysteriis Dom Sathanasby for Norwegian black metal band Mayhem, after then-vocalist Dead committed suicide.
After Mayhem, Csihar continued to work in various bands, such as Plasma Pool, Aborym, and Korog. He has also performed as Caiaphas in the rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar in Hungary. He is considered a shadow member of the American doom/drone metal band Sunn O))) with whom he has recorded five full length albums, including the most successful Monoliths & Dimensions, and performs live with the band on their word-wide tours.
In 2004, Attila rejoined Mayhem after the departure of Maniac, the band’s previous vocalist. They made an album in 2007, Ordo ad Chao, which won the Spellemann (Norwegian Grammy). Attila started his solo act in November of 2008, called Void ov Voices. He’s been playing only live performances supporting artists like Ulver,Bohren & der Club of Gore, Lustmord, Ruin and Diamanda Galas.

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