Andrea Meyer (guest musician: Cradle of Filth, Satyricon) has died

Andrea Meyer Haugen, guest musician on Cradle of Filth’s ‘The Principle of Evil Made Flesh’ and Satyricon’s ‘Nemesis Divina,’ and also known for releasing music through the monikers Nebelhexë, Hagalaz’ Runedance and Andrea Nebel, has died.

Cradle of Filth mastermind Dani Filth comments on social media, “R.I.P. Andrea Meyer. Andrea guested on our debut album ‘The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh’ and also modelled and danced for us onstage as well as presiding over ritual back in our formative years. She will be sadly missed and our deep felt love and sympathies go out to her kith and kin.
#andreameyerhaugen #rip #kongsbergnorway #theprincipleofevilmadeflesh

Here’s more info via Metal Archives [updated]:
[Andrea Meyer was the] ex-wife of Samoth (Emperor, Zyklon) with whom she has a daughter, Alva.

She used to live in the United Kingdom and in Norway.

She died in the Kongsberg attack in Norway on 13 October 2021.

Danish man Espen Andersen Braathen was charged with the murders of four women, Andrea Meyer included, and one man in the attack that occurred in Kongsberg on Wednesday night. “Police say they believe the suspect targeted people at random in the attack – at a Co-op supermarket and other locations in Kongsberg – before he was arrested on the street,” reports Sky News.

Here’s more on Andrea via the Encyclopaedia Metallum:
Haugen wrote film scripts, both horror and satire. She began writing in 1995. She was a pagan and had publicly criticised what she viewed as patriarchal religions that inhibit people’s inner nature. She wrote a book about Germanic spirituality and mythology, The Ancients Fire of Midgard. Many of her social-critical comments have been printed in alternative magazines and also in Norwegian tabloids and magazines. She wrote Gothic and surreal poetry.

RIP, Andrea.

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11 thoughts on “Andrea Meyer (guest musician: Cradle of Filth, Satyricon) has died”

  1. It is very important to clarify that it was probably not an islamic terrorist attac. It was more likely the work of a sick man (according to the police). He did it alone and had no connection to an islamic enviroonment. He had even been making racist comments to his neighbour.

    1. it was islamic. he converted, radically. said he had a “epiphanal revelation”, and something to the effect of “islam will know me”. this was a fucking known “radicalised” person. maybe THIS will be the one where people stop trollshielding the barbaric deathcult by crying “racist!”, as the coward in question is white.

  2. Just look at how stupid her comment is, I wouldn’t be surprised if this Rachel person has a “blm” and a “refugees welcome” banner in her home, has green hair and cries about the patriarchy.

    1. There is nothing wrong with her comment.Or BLM or refugees either.I bet Andrea Haugen would agree with that too.This shouldn’t be a platform for hate.At the same time,who wouldn’t like to meet the guy who posted ‘good riddance’ for a bit?

  3. I am so sad about the death of Andrea.
    May she rest in peace!
    Hopefully the murderer will find his judge here on earth or in the hereafter.

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