Member:
1992-1993 Hypocrisy - vocals  
1996-2010 Dark Funeral - bass, vocals  
2004-2008 God Among Insects - vocals  
2007-2012 Demonoid - vocals  
2009-2010 Sanctification - vocals  
2011- Witchery - vocals  
Live musician:
2013 Dark Funeral - vocals  
2014 Dark Funeral - vocals  
Guest musician:
2003 The Project Hate MCMXCIX - backing vocals  
2008 Sanctification - vocals  


Personal information

Born on: 23.05.1973

Emperor Magus Caligula (Magnus "Masse" Broberg, born 23 May 1973 in Ludvika, Sweden) is an extreme metal musician best known as the former vocalist, bassist and lyricist of Swedish black metal band Dark Funeral, performing for the band between 1995 and 2010. He has also been the vocalist of death metal bands Demonoid, replacing Christofer Johnsson, and Sanctification. He was the original vocalist for Hypocrisy and has featured in other extreme metal bands including Dominion-Caligula (with former Dark Funeral secondary guitarist Dominion) and God Among Insects. He has also performed backing vocals for the Swedish black metal band Sportlov.

In July 2011, Witchery announced Caligula was joining the band, replacing Legion.

Caligula is a practitioner of LaVeyan Satanism, and while he has on one hand distanced himself from National Socialist black metal, as well as the Nazi ideology and the "attitude at that time," he has also said that aspects of Nazi ideology were "not that wrong" and that the Nazi concentration camps were bad, but not "that horribly bad." Like many other black metal musicians, he has generally assumed an apolitical stance, although he expressed disdain for former Islamic terrorist leader Osama bin Laden with his audience when playing live. He has also denounced Roman Catholic priests due to widespread child molestation allegations.

Caligula was quoted as being "somewhat impressed" by the premeditated murder of Fr. Faustino Gazziero, a Catholic priest, by Dark Funeral fan Rodrigo Orias at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Santiago, Chile, further stating that "He deserves some credit. You're not supposed to say that, but I don't care." Although he suggested the possibility that "the music triggered him somehow," he denied Dark Funeral's music being the direct cause of Orias' murder of Gazziero.

Caligula also recalled having met Orias at a Dark Funeral concert in 2003, where he burnt a cross on Orias' arm at his request with a Cuban cigar.