Cyrus (metal musician)

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Background information
Birth name Terje Andersen
Born 12 May 1975 (1975-05-12) (age 42)
Akershus, Norway
Genres Symphonic black metal, black metal, heavy metal, thrash metal
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments guitar, bass
Years active Since 1998
Associated acts Dimmu Borgir
ICS Vortex

Cyrus (born Terje Andersen on 12 May 1975) is a Norwegian musician best known as the guitarist of Norwegian black metal band Susperia. He plays guitar and bass guitar.


He started his career in 1997 when he went playing in band called Seven Sins with ex-Dimmu Borgir drummer Tjodalv. Band released one demo tape in that period. In 1999 band changed name to Susperia. In 2000 he went playing guitar with Satyricon for world-wide tour. He was in Satyricon for two years as session member. In 2009 he became a session guitarist of thrash/black metal band Sarke and he will appear on their next album. In 2011 with Susperia he released first Susperia's single "Nothing Remains". He is recently playing guitar in Susperia (as full-time member) and Sarke (as session member) and bass guitar in Dimmu Borgir (as session member).[1]


With Susperia[edit]

With Dimmu Borgir[edit]

  • Forces of the Northern Night (2012)

With ICS Vortex[edit]

With Sarke[edit]