Her journey first began when she was inspired to form The Seraphim Rising. After debuting at a former mortuary turned ninety seat theater in 2009 and subsequently performing to many more packed houses in their home town of Ojai, Ca., promoter and DJ Christopher the Minister invited them to record at his good friends studio in LA. They tracked a 6 song EP entitled "Life In Suspension" at the legendary Swing House Studios in Hollywood, Ca and released them digitally on Halloween 2011 followed by a physical release in June 2012.
During that time, Attasalina also collaborated with Daniel Ash on a song entitled "The Soldiers of Everyday". They released under Ash on iTunes along with a stunning music video featuring the two of them.