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Dimmu Borgir

Arguably the most famous black metal band ever, Dimmu Borgir is not what you may expect from a Norwegian black metal act. Though relatively unknown in their days of melodic black metal such as For All Tid and Stormblast, they began to gain notoriety with their unique symphonic style that took root in Enthrone Darkness Triumphant and Spiritual Black Dimensions. Dimmu Borgir isn't exactly your run-of-the-mill black metal band anymore; with the progression of their symphonic style, they have released Death Cult Armageddon, the album that blindsided the metal wor ...read more

Arguably the most famous black metal band ever, Dimmu Borgir is not what you may expect from a Norwegian black metal act. Though relatively unknown in their days of melodic black metal such as For All Tid and Stormblast, they began to gain notoriety with their unique symphonic style that took root in Enthrone Darkness Triumphant and Spiritual Black Dimensions. Dimmu Borgir isn't exactly your run-of-the-mill black metal band anymore; with the progression of their symphonic style, they have released Death Cult Armageddon, the album that blindsided the metal world with a sound that no other band has mimicked. While favoring powerful atmospheres and orchestration, Dimmu Borgir spares nothing of the fact that they are an extreme metal band. Riffs are fast, heavy, yet melodic, with strong symphonic backing and an epic air that hits listeners like a symphony from hell. « hide

Similar Bands: Cradle of Filth, Carach Angren, Old Man's Child, Emperor, The Kovenant

LPs
Eonian
2018

2.9
227 Votes
Abrahadabra
2010

3
577 Votes
In Sorte Diaboli
2007

3.2
786 Votes
Death Cult Armageddon
2003

3.5
939 Votes
Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia
2001

3.9
904 Votes
Spiritual Black Dimensions
1999

3.6
499 Votes
Enthrone Darkness Triumphant
1997

4
973 Votes
Stormblåst
1996

3.8
541 Votes
For All Tid
1994

3.5
445 Votes
EPs
Council of Wolves and Snakes
2018

Interdimensional Summit
2018

Gateways
2010

2.8
13 Votes
The Serpentine Offering
2007

3.4
14 Votes
Sorgens kammer (del II)
2005

Vredesbyrd
2004

World Misantrophy
2002

3.8
19 Votes
Alive In Torment
2002

3.7
27 Votes
Godless Savage Garden
1998

3.3
134 Votes
Devil's Path
1996

3.6
22 Votes
Inn I Evighetens Mørke
1994

3.7
38 Votes
Live Albums
Northern Forces Over Wacken
2022

4
1 Votes
Live at Dynamo Open Air 1998
2019

4.5
1 Votes
Forces of the Northern Night
2017

4.1
14 Votes
The Invaluable Darkness
2008

World Misanthropy (Live Album)
2002

Compilations
Inspiratio Profanus
2023

2.6
8 Votes
Dust of Cold Memories
2022

Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia (Remixed...)
2022

4.2
25 Votes
Eternal Apocalyptic Offerings
2018

Dimmu Borgir
2017

1.8
3 Votes
Stormblåst MMV
2006

3.5
372 Votes
Rehearsal August 1994
1994

Rehearsal February 1994
1994

Rehearsal January 1994
1994

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