Norwegian symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR were joined by an orchestra and a choir for an appearance at this year’s edition of the Wacken Open Air festival, which was held August 2-4, 2012 in Wacken, Germany:
Dimmu Borgir brought their live show to the Brutal Assault festival this past weekend. The set included“Spellbound (By the Devil)”, “In Death’s Embrace”, “Dimmu Borgir”, “Gateways”, “Ritualist”, “Vredesbyrd”, “The Serpentine Offering”, “Puritania”, “Progenies of the Great Apocalypse” and “Mourning Palace.” Check it out in 6 parts:
Here’s some footage of DIMMU BORGIR‘s performance at this year’s edition of the Nova Rock festival, which was held on the Pannonia Fields in Burgenland, the easternmost federal state of Austria.
Dries Van Damme of the Belgian national radio station Studio Brusselconducted an interview with guitarist Sven Atle Kopperud (a.k.a.Silenoz) of Norwegian symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR at this year’s Graspop Metal Meeting:
Checkout some fan-filmed footage of DIMMU BORGIR‘s concert at Arena in Moscow, Russia:
Fan-filmed video footage of DIMMU BORGIR‘s concert at Groove in Buenos Aires, Argentina has made its way online:
Norwegian symphonic black metallers Dimmu Borgir have announced a series of upcoming European and South/Central American live shows. The currently announced dates are as follows, with more details to be announced in the near future:
Feb 19 TBA Mexico City, Mexico
Feb 21 TBA San Salvador, El Salvador
Feb 23 TBA San Jose, Costa Rica
Feb 25 TBA Caracas, Venezuela
Feb 27 TBA Bogota, Colombia
Feb 29 TBA Antofagasta, Chile
Mar 02 TBA Santiago, Chile
Mar 04 TBA Buenos Aires, Argentina
Mar 06 TBA Sao Paulo, Brazil
Jun 07 Sweden Rock Festival Norje, Sweden
Jun 09 Novarock Nickelsdorf, Austria
Jun 15 Ost Fest Bucharest, Romania
Jun 17 Hellfest Clisson, France
Jun 23 Graspop Metal Meeting 2012 Desschel, Belgium
Aug 03 W.O.A. Wacken, Germany
Aug 09 Brutal Assault Jaromer, Czech Republic
Aug 11 Bloodstock Lullington, United Kingdom
Barry Anderson of Metal Storm conducted an interview with vocalist Shagrath of Norwegian symphonic black metal band DIMMU BORGIR on November 24, 2011 in Nottingham, England.
Chrome Division (the band featuring Shagrath of Dimmu Borgir and Shady Blue of Susperia) has posted a new music video online for the song “Ghost Rider,” which is taken off the band’s latest album “3rd Round Knockout” and was directed by Patric Ullaeus:
“Bulldogs Unleashed”, the new video from CHROME DIVISION, the Norwegian five-piece featuring DIMMU BORGIR frontman Shagrath (a.k.a. Stian Thoresen) on guitar, has made its way online.
Here is some fan-filmed video footage of INSIDIOUS DISEASE (formerly INSIDIOUS), the international metal project featuring members of DIMMU BORGIR, NAPALM DEATH, OLD MAN’S CHILD and MORGOTH, performing the song “The Desire” at John Dee in Oslo, Norway:
After a performance at the House of Blues Chicago, Shagrath, leadman for Norway’s own DIMMU BORGIR, takes time out for an interview:
Checkout some fan-filmed video footage of DIMMU BORGIR‘s performance at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia:
See the whole concert here.
Checkout this live video footage of DIMMU BORGIR‘s performance at Klubben in Stockholm, Sweden:
Checkout some fan-filmed video footage of Norwegian symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR performing the song “Dimmu Borgir” in Berlin, Germany:
Dimmu Borgir’s music video for their current single “Gateways” has debuted online. The clip comes from the bands new album “Abrahadabra“, which will see an October 12th North American release through Nuclear Blast.
“Boundless”, the new video from INSIDIOUS DISEASE (formerly INSIDIOUS) — the international metal project featuring members of DIMMU BORGIR, NAPALM DEATH, OLD MAN’S CHILD and MORGOTH, has been released. The track comes off the band’s debut album, “Shadowcast”, which was released on July 12 in Europe and July 27 in the U.S. via Century Media Records.
“Lucky In Hell” is the new video from BLACK RIVER which comes off their new album, “Black’n’Roll”, to be released in North America by Armoury Records/Eagle Rock on July 20.
“The Sacrilegious Scorn”