Hungarian vocalist Attila Csihar (Aborym, ex-Tormentor, ex-Mayhem) has
reportedly been arrested in Treviso, Italy for possession of 158 ecstasy pills
and a small amount of hash, record label Code666 confirms.
"We don’t know yet about how much he will get, but a trial should be set
around December," his bandmates explained in an official statement.
"Cross your fingers upside down! We will make you have news as soon as we
get them, so many things you may hear about that case not coming from us
may be as well considered pure bullshit."
"Now, before you start thinking about that: Aborym won’t stop
because of this. We will continue (as Attila himself asked us to do) and our
third masterpiece with Attila Csihar on vocals will be released in January 2003
by Code666 in Europe and later by WW3 (Mercenary Musik) in USA, as previously
"His arrest wont affect in any way the release of such a masterpiece.
This shitty situation is not enough to make us turn back or stop. We will
continue to play and perform the most extreme music."
Aborym’s upcoming album, With No Human Intervention, will feature 14
tracks and feature Bård "Faust" Eithun (Dissection, ex-Emperor),
Nattefrost (Carpathian Forest), and Irrumator (Anaal Nathrakh). As Aborym
stated, With No Human Intervention should see an official release in
January 2003 in Europe. More on Aborym and vocalist Attila Csihar as it happens.