Mayhem guitarist Teloch is presently below quarantine after returning to Norway from the US final month. His isolation interval was simply prolonged as he’s exhibiting signs for COVID-19, the illness introduced on by the coronavirus.
In a social media replace, Teloch posed for the digicam carrying a surgical masks and latex gloves, giving the lens the center finger as he commented on his well being. The black metallic axeman confirmed he has examined optimistic for “a virus,” however didn’t title what that virus was.
Moreover, he elaborated on Norway’s coronavirus testing process, explaining that solely folks within the “threat zone” and healthcare employees obtain the take a look at. “Not sufficient exams to do us all,” Teloch lamented.
He’s, nevertheless, recovering almost a month after returning house as soon as Mayhem’s co-headlining North American tour with Abbath was formally canceled. “I’m already getting higher so don’t really feel sorry for me,” urged Teloch.
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Mayhem’s most up-to-date album, Daemon, was launched final 12 months and marked their sixth full size launch. For Teloch, it was his second album with the group after becoming a member of in 2011, the primary being 2014’s Esoteric Warfare. Moreover, Nidingr, of which Teloch is the only real remaining authentic member, launched their fourth album, The Excessive Warmth Licks Towards Heaven, in 2017.
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