One of Norway’s most creative black metal bands DIMMU BORGIR released the groundbreaking Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia in 2001. The band celebrate this seminal album by releasing a brand-new sonic experience, which is released today via Nuclear Blast Records. They have also released a new lyric video for the remixed & remastered version of ‘The Maelstrom Mephisto‘.Continue reading DIMMU BORGIR release new lyric video for remixed & remastered version of ‘The Maelstrom Mephisto’
One of Norway’s most creative black metal bands DIMMU BORGIR released their groundbreaking record Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia back in 2001. The band are celebrating this seminal album by releasing a brand-new sonic experience, the incredible rehearsal version of ‘Puritania’ from the bonus album Dust Of Cold Memories.Continue reading DIMMU BORGIR release rehearsal version of track ‘Puritania’
One of Norway’s most creative black metal bands DIMMU BORGIR released the groundbreaking ‘Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia‘ in 2001. DIMMU BORGIR celebrate this seminal album by releasing a brand-new sonic experience. ‘Blessings Upon The Throne Of Tyranny‘ has been remixed and remastered using modern methods, to create an altogether more improved listening experience with contemporary production quality.Continue reading DIMMU BORGIR announce remixed and remastered ‘Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia’ + release first single ‘Blessings Upon The Throne Of Tyranny’
BORSTAL, the brand new UKHC band featuring Pierre Mendivil (Knuckledust), Nick Barker (Brujeria, ex-Cradle Of Filth/Dimmu Borgir/Testament) and members of Dripback and King Of Pigs have dropped a video for their debut single “Vicious Circles”.Continue reading Ex Cradle Of Filth/Dimmu Borgir/Testament Member Teams Up With Knuckledust Singer For Borstal UKHC
European heart, Prague, was exposed to some legendary squads from Scandinavia and closer Germany.
Norwegian (black) metal squad has shown Prague very nice concert while introducing their last album Eonian released this year. Also, we could hear some their older hit songs as Dimmu Borgir or Progenies of The Great Apocalypse. Dimmu’s show was closed by their mighty Mourning Palace from Enthrone Darkness Triumphant.
After Dimmu Borgir, German thrash metal legends played their set with some projection behind themselves and also in the front during the intro. The music was still thrash metal but full of pretty modern sound. To me, it seemed they had more fans in the hall than Norwegians before. Maybe the alcohol in between bands during the pause has helped in this matter a little.
Concert went well and sound was very good. Some fans complained about the sound quality, but I was pleased. There was only small hickup in the entrance regarding some formal stuff, but thankfully it was resolved…
Thanks to the bands for nice performance they have delivered, Nuclear Blast, Pragokoncert Bohemia and staff for making this concert possible and pretty much smooth.
Forum Karlín, Prague, Dec 9th 2018
Photography by Pavel Kovalančík