Eerie shadows are lurking in the dark corners of spring 2018; the spirit that denies, a force able to distort our conception of space and time.
Although DIMMU BORGIR have already proven with recent live DVD, ‘Forces From The Northern Night’, that they never really left the spotlight, the fans’ craving for a new full-length album seems immeasurable after almost eight years of waiting. But finally, the time has come and the Norwegian symphonic black metal legends are ready to present their first new song, ‘Interdimensional Summit’. On February 23rdthe epic hymn will be released as a 7” vinyl EP, providing a first taster of the upcoming album, which is due to finally see the light of day in spring 2018!
The EP contains the new track ‘Interdimensional Summit’ as well as ‘Puritania (Live In Oslo)’ and will be available in red & clear, and gold vinyl colors.
You can pre-order the release HERE:
But even more lurks in the shadows and soon, the Norwegians will unleash re-releases of their early classics on vinyl. From their raw and ground-breaking 1994 debut ‘For All Tid’, to the chart-topping ‘Death Cult Armageddon’ which saw them hit #2 in the Norwegian album charts, you can now get your hands on new pressings of these long sold-out vinyl in different colours.
The following LPs are already available to pre-order:
‘Death Cult Armageddon’ (Limited Edition Gatefold Double Silver Vinyl)
‘For All Tid’ (Limited Edition Gatefold Double Orange Vinyl)
‘Enthrone Darkness Triumphant’ (Limited Edition Gatefold Dark Green Vinyl)
While these LPs will see the light of day a little later, on February 23rd.
These are also now available for pre-order:
‘Spiritual Black Dimensions’ (Limited Edition Gatefold Mint Vinyl)
‘Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia’ (Limited Edition Gatefold Double Blue Vinyl)
‘Stormblåst’ (Limited Edition Gatefold Clear Vinyl + 7″ EP)
DIMMU BORGIR have announced the following festival shows for 2018:
22-24.06. FR Clisson – Hellfest
05-07.07. ES Barcelona – Rock Fest
02-04.08. DE Wacken – Wacken Open Air
16 -18.08. NL Horten – Midgardsblot Metalfestival