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Dimmu Borgir – new track from ABRAHADABRA available online

Born Treacherous,” the second track released from the new album ABRAHADABRA by Norwegian symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR, is now available for streaming on the band’s MySpace page.


Dimmu Borgir – video for “Gateways” posted online

You can watch below Dimmu Borgir’s new video, Gateways:

Dimmu Borgir announce North American tour

A foreboding Wagnerian majesty will soon shroud all major cities in the U.S. and Canada.  Launching the “Darkness Reborn Tour” on Friday, November 5th in Worcester, Massachusetts, Norway’s infamous symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR return to the western hemisphere on a headlining, 32-date run across North America supported by fellow countrymen Enslaved and Blood Red Throne, plus Dawn Of Ashes from Los Angeles.


Dimmu Borgir’s Gateways – Performed by KORK Norwegian Orchestra

You can watch below a video with the KORK Norwegian Orchestra performing Gateways by Dimmu Borgir:


Dimmu Borgir – Gateways single now available on Myspace

Gateways the single off the new album by Norway’s symphonic black metal band DIMMU BORGIR, is now available for streaming on the band’s MySpace page.


Dimmu Borgir – Behind the player DVD

“Alfred Music Publishing, the leader in educational music publishing since 1922 and the exclusive print publisher of thousands of popular artists, has expanded its distributed collection of “Behind the Player” DVDs from IMV, featuring exclusive interviews and authentic song lessons from the best of today’s heavy rock guitarists.


Dimmu Borgir – new album cover and title revealed

“The artwork created for the newDIMMU BORGIRalbumAbrahadabraby German artist / painter / graphic designer Joachim Luetke (Arch Enemy, Kreator, Sopor Aeternus) has been uploaded to the band’s MySpace page.


Dimmu Borgir – new album details

“Norwegian symphonic black metal band DIMMU BORGIR proudly announce their collaboration with Norwegian composer and Berklee College of Music summa cum laude alumnus Gaute Storaas in addition to the 51 members of KORK (the Norwegian Radio Orchestra) and the 38-member Schola Cantorum Choir for their as-yet-untitled new album. (more…)