Necrobutcher

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Not to be confused with Necro Butcher.
Necrobutcher
Mayhem - Jalometalli 2008 - 19.JPG
Necrobutcher in 2008
Background information
Birth name Jørn Stubberud
Also known as Necrobutcher
Born (1968-04-13) April 13, 1968 (age 46)
Norway
Genres Black metal, death metal, thrash metal
Occupations Musician
Instruments Bass guitar, guitar, vocals
Years active 1984–present
Associated acts Mayhem, Bloodthorn, Checker Patrol, Kvikksølvguttene, L.E.G.O, Musta, Septic

Jørn Stubberud (born April 13, 1968) is a Norwegian musician. He is best known as the bassist in the black metal band Mayhem under the stage name Necrobutcher. He is one of Mayhem's founding members, along with Euronymous, Manheim and Messiah. He's the only original member to remain in the band,[1] as Messiah and Manheim left Mayhem, respectively, in 1986 and 1988, and Euronymous was murdered in 1993.

He was in the band since 1984, but left in 1991 due to personal concerns over media and police attention following the suicide of former vocalist Dead. He was replaced by Varg Vikernes as a session bassist. In 1993, Vikernes was arrested and sentenced to serve 21 years for murdering Euronymous. In 1995 Stubberud reunited the band, along with Hellhammer, Maniac and new guitarist Blasphemer, replacing the deceased Euronymous, and still plays in Mayhem; however, according to Mayhem guitarist Blasphemer, he did not play bass on their most recent album Ordo Ad Chao. He has also played in other bands: L.E.G.O., Kvikksølvguttene, Bloodthorn (guest artist)[2] and Checker Patrol.

He, along with Mayhem guitarist Blasphemer, is featured in the documentary Metal: A Headbanger's Journey at Wacken Open Air, in which Stubberud gives a drunken and profane interview to Sam Dunn.

Necrobutcher has a tattoo with the Mayhem-logotype on his back, from shoulder to shoulder.

  • Equipment
Gibson Les Paul Bass
ESP EC - 104

References[edit]

  1. ^ Huey, Steve. "Biography: Mayhem". Allmusic. Retrieved 9 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Overview: Under the Reign of Terror". Allmusic. Retrieved 9 March 2010. 

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