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Dimmu Borgir - The Invaluable Darkness 2007
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Dimmu Borgir - The Invaluable Darkness 2007 [2 X DVD9 full]


The Invaluable Darkness Tour - Europe 2007

01. Introduction / Oslo
02. Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse / Oslo2007)
03. The Serpentine Offering / Oslo
04. The Chosen Legacy / Oslo
05. Spellbound (By The Devil) / Oslo
06. Sorgens Kammer Del II / Oslo
07. The Insight And The Catharsis / Oslo2007)
08. Raabjørn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde / Oslo
09. The Sacrilegious Scorn / Oslo
10. Mourning Palace / Oslo
11. The Fallen Arises /Oslo
12. The Sinister Awakening / Berlin
13. A Succubus In Rapture / Berlin
14. Fear & Wonder / Berlin
15. Blessings Upon the Throne of Tyranny / Berlin
16. Vredesbyrd / London
17. Puritania / London

Behind-The-Scenes Footage

Special Feature


Wacken Open Air, Germany - Black Metal Stage - 2 August 2007

01. Introduction
02. Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse
03. Vredesbyrd
04. Cataclysm Children
05. Kings Of The Carnival Creation
06. Sorgens Kammer Del II
07. Indoctrination
08. A Succubus In Rapture
09. The Serpentine Offering
10. The Chosen Legacy
11. The Insight And The Catharsis
12. Spellbound (By The Devil)
13. Mourning Palace
14. The Fallen Arises

P3 Session – NRK Sudio 19 in Oslo, Norway – 18 September 2007

01. The Serpentine Offering
02. Spellbound (By The Devil)
03. Mourning Palace

Video Gallery

01. Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse
02. Vredesbyrd
03. Sorgens Kammer Del II
04. The Serpentine Offering
05. The Sacrilegious Scorn
06. The Chosen Legacy

Gold Awards Oslo

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Symphonic black metal from Norway, music DVD released in 2008.

Founded in 1993 by Shagrath, Silenoz, and Tjodalv and named after unusually shaped lava fields and
rock formations east of Lake Mývatn in Iceland, Norway's Dimmu Borgir
made their debut into the underground metal scene via unofficial
rehearsal cassette tapes in 1993. Inspired by incarnations of black
metal from the '80s and '90s and inspired by the works of classical
composers such as Wagner and Dvořák, the band's music was resplendent in
its raw & melodic vocals, somber guitar work, destructive drums,
and haunting keyboard melodies. Less than a year later, the band
recorded their full-length debut, For All Tid, to wild acclaim. While
the band's reputation gained momentum throughout Scandinavia and the
rest of the tape-trading underground world, Dimmu Borgir focused their
energies on recording what would become one of the most essential albums
in black metal history, Stormblåst. While sung completely in Norwegian,
it catapulted them out of Europe and into international waters.
Displaying a marked escalation in their time signatures, Dimmu Borgir
made significant headway in developing a classically influenced sound
that would become their intrinsic, defining blueprint.

Following Stormblåst, Dimmu Borgir recorded their first material
featuring English lyrics for the 1996 mini-CD entitled Devil's Path,
which later got them signed to the independent record label Nuclear
Blast. Their third full-length album, Enthrone Darkness Triumphant, was
recorded with living legend Peter Tägtgren at the helm in Abyss Studios.
After its release, it marked the band's significant international
breakthrough with over 150,000 copies sold and chart entries all over
the world. This breakthrough year also included performances at some of
the most esteemed European summer gatherings such as Holland's Dynamo,
Germany's With Full Force and Wacken Open Air festivals, among others.

After their world tour for Enthrone Darkness Triumphant, Dimmu Borgir
went straight back into the Abyss Studios and recorded the Godless
Savage Garden mini-CD, which earned them their first Spellemannprisen
award nomination (the Norwegian equivalent to the American Grammy
award). Fans around the world curiously waited to see what direction the
next full-length, Spiritual Black Dimensions, would take. Once again
recorded at Abyss Studios with Peter Tägtgren, the album stormed into
music stores around the world in 1999 and single-handedly transformed
the market for black metal. Those who ever doubted Dimmu Borgir's
allegiance to extreme music were forced to face reality when the album
proved to be their most complex and severe offering.

After Tjodalv resigned from the drum throne in the early stages of their
1999 tour, Dimmu Borgir's line-up shifted. The sextet entered Sweden's
Fredman Studio in the fall of 2000 with Fredrik Nordström to record
eleven tracks of audible malevolence and exceptional atmospherics which
was baptized Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia. Released in 2001,
Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia expanded Dimmu Borgir's audience even
more, earning them their first Spellemannprisen award and setting the
stage for 2003's mammoth Death Cult Armageddon, which debuted at #7 on
Billboard's Heatseekers chart, #10 on the Top Independent Albums chart,
and at #170 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart. Death Cult Armageddon -
which earned the band another Spellemannprisen award in 2003 - went on
to sell over 130,000 records in North America alone. Parts of the
orchestral versions of the songs "Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse" and
"Eradication Instincts Defined" were selected for use in the movie
trailer for Guillermo Del Toro's Hellboy. Later, parts from the same
tracks could also be heard in the trailer for the movie Stardust
starring Robert De Niro. In 2004, Dimmu Borgir landed a coveted spot on
Ozzfest's main stage with Slayer, Judas Priest, and Black Sabbath in
addition to later being showcased in the MTV reality series Battle For

After re-recording Stormblåst in 2005 with Peter Tägtgren and session
drummer Hellhammer, the latter stayed on to record 2007's In Sorte
Diaboli, Dimmu Borgir's first concept album about a bishop's apprentice
searching his true self who - instead of finding the meaning of life
through the religion - abandons his religious life in favor of darkness
and its endless realm. Recorded with Fredrik Nordström and Patrik J.
Sten at Sweden's (in)famous Studio Fredman, In Sorte Diaboli debuted at
#1 on the Norwegian album chart and clinched Dimmu Borgir their first #1
album and their first Gold Record in Norway. The album sold over 75,000
copies in the U.S. and debuted at #2 on Billboard's Top Independent
Albums chart and at #43 on the Top 200 Albums chart. Yet again, the band
took home another Spellemannprisen award, this time in the video
category. Dimmu Borgir hit the road hard in support of In In Sorte
Diaboli and performed at Nuclear Blast's 20th Anniversary Party in
Stuttgart, at Germany's Rock Am Ring & Rock Im Park festivals,
filmed their headlining Wacken Open Air performance, toured Europe with
Amon Amarth, toured North America with DevilDriver, Behemoth & Keep
Of Kalessin, and even appeared at the New England Hardcore & Metal
Festival. In 2008, Dimmu Borgir's three-disc The Invaluable Darkness DVD
(which included 2007's live footage at Wacken Open Air) entered
Norway's Music DVD chart at #1 and debuted at #5 in the U.S. on the Top
Music Videos chart while the band was on tour in North America with
Danzig on the Blackest Of The Black tour. They also appeared on the
television show The Daily Habit on Fuel TV - the American extreme sports
lifestyle network with over 50 million worldwide viewers. In 2009,
Dimmu Borgir played Nova Rock - Austria's largest music festival,
Terminal Press debuted the fantasy horror comic book Dimmu Borgir: Dark
Fortress at ComiCon in San Diego, and "Progenies Of The Great
Apocalypse" was selected for inclusion in the action-adventure video
game soundtrack, Brütal Legend.

In June of this year, Dimmu Borgir proudly announced that over 101
musicians contributed their talents to the making of the new album,
including Norwegian composer and Berklee College Of Music summa cum
laude alumnus Gaute Storaas, the 51 members of KORK (the Norwegian Radio
Orchestra) and the 38-member Schola Cantorum Choir. Eleven months in
the making, the band broke their three-word title tradition for the
second time since 1996 to name their ninth studio album Abrahadabra,
which roughly translates into "I will create as I speak." The word first
entered the human lexicon in 1904 via Chapter III of Liber AL vel Legis
written by English occultist and mystic Aleister Crowley during his
time in Cairo, Egypt.

Set in the post-apocalyptic landscapes of German artist/painter/graphic
designer Joachim Luetke, the album cover's face with tentacles harkens
back to H.P. Lovecraft's nameless elder gods and "personifies dominion
of powers far beyond mankind," according to the artist. "These nameless
gods witnessed the birth of our universe and they'll watch it implode.
To them, the age of mankind is but a blink of an eye."

A return to the famed raw ferocity of 1997′s Enthrone Darkness
Triumphant, Abrahadabra is, according to North America's Decibel
Magazine, "Norway's answer to The Omen." Metallian Magazine from France
predicts: "It will become a milestone of the genre. It is impossible not
to be amazed." Inferno Magazine decrees: "Majestic, evil, and pompous,
Abrahadabra is everything that makes Dimmu Borgir the elite of the

An inundation of power, a showcase of incessant skill, and above all, an
intelligent manifesto of a highly intact creative force, Abrahadabra
demonstrates every reason why Norway's Dimmu Borgir is - and
unquestionably remains - the most prominent symphonic black metal act in
the world.

Dimmu Borgir At MySpace

There is a prevailing attitude in sectors of the metal movement that a band cannot be "true" if they
become sufficiently popular, a criticism which is often leveled at Dimmu
Borgir. A half-cocked idea that somehow metal and success are mutually

Nonsense, I say.

Dimmu Borgir were among the first bands that introduced me to extreme
metal in the late '90s. Enthrone Darkness Triumphant was among the first
CDs in my collection. The band was intriguing, and newly breaking
through on the international underground scene. They presented a rare
balance of power and grace, able to be driven by dual-guitars or at
times driven by delicate neo-classical keyboard sections. The popularity
of Dimmu Borgir is not a negative at all; it's a result of more than a
decade of hard work and consistency. Even detractors have to admit their
musical prowess, yet they illogically criticize the band's business
manuevers as somehow "selling out." In all truthfulness, I can say that
from observing the band for almost 10 years, they have not dumbed down
anything about their music and every successive album has generally met
or exceeded expectations. Not only have they survived the black metal
movement, they've taken it to a higher level and redefined it.

There is much to be said for this epic-length collection of media.
Altogether the music, videos, behind the scenes footage and special
features clock in at a whopping 5 hours! It is also packaged very nicely
with a big booklet and foldout cases for the DVDs. It's simply a
delight to watch Dimmu Borgir up close and personal, performing their
sinister craft. It may be easy for fans and casual listeners to
underestimate this band as serious musicians, but they consistently
deliver one flawless performance after another. Combining dark imagery
with a symphonic/melodic assault to great effect, Dimmu had the crowds
of over 75,000 (at Wacken) exploding with furor. Musically, the band
offers the best of the black metal genre and on stage they blend
together everything one could ask for: Melodic flourishes, relentless
speedy riffs, multi-part harmonies, a "beauty and the beast" option
vocally with the clean vocals of ICS Vortex. All this converges into a
multi-pronged attack -- an extreme metal supergroup. A band with a
literal arsenal at its disposal.

In the music you will hear remarkable diversity -- this is due to the
fact that Dimmu Borgir doesn't have just one songwriter. In fact, almost
every band member participates in this duty. Additionally, several of
the older Enthrone Darkness Triumphant-era songs were composed by Stian
Aarstad, no longer a member. So you will surely hear many different
ideas in the songs that have originated from several different
composers. The aesthetic side of Dimmu Borgir is rightly a separate and
fascinating entity unto itself. And that's a big reason why they do so
well on DVD. The image and sound go together nicely. With the band's
sizeable budget, they are able to spare no expense on an explosive stage
show. Six of the band's most recent music videos (including 3 from In
Sorte Diaboli alone!) can be found on DVD #2, which is a nice feature to
have and a great way to scare your friends.

There is nearly an hour of behind the scenes material alone. It isn't
always the most entertaining to watch, but occasionally you will get a
chuckle out of the band goofing around while on the road or hear a funny
story from a crew member. The live CD is also worth hearing, featuring
12 tracks from the P3 Sessions. Overall, this new release represents the
peak of Dimmu Borgir's successes. If you're a fan of the band or even a
collector, you really need to get this 5 hours of material that you
won't soon forget.

Label: Nuclear Blast


Disc I
Sentrum Scene in Oslo, Norway – November 6, 2007:
01. Introduction
02. Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse
03. The Serpentine Offering
04. The Chosen Legacy
05. Spellbound (By The Devil)
06. Sorgens Kammer Del II
07. The Insight And The Catharsis
08. Raabjørn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde
09. The Sacrilegious Scorn
10. Mourning Palace
11. The Fallen Arises

Columbiahalle in Berlin, Germany - October 21, 2007:
12. The Sinister Awakening
13. A Succubus In Rapture
14. Fear & Wonder
15. Blessings Upon The Throne Of Tyranny

The Forum in London, UK – September 28, 2007:
16. Vredesbyrd
17. Puritania

+ Behind-The-Scenes Footage
+ Special Feature

Disc II
Wacken Open Air, Germany – Black Metal Stage – August 2, 2007:
01. Introduction
02. Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse
03. Vredesbyrd
04. Cataclysm Children
05. Kings Of The Carnival Creation
06. Sorgens Kammer Del II
07. Indoctrination
08. A Succubus In Rapture
09. The Serpentine Offering
10. The Chosen Legacy
11. The Insight And The Catharsis
12. Spellbound (By The Devil)
13. Mourning Palace
14. The Fallen Arises

P3 Session – NRK Studio 19 IN Oslo, Norway – September 18, 2007:
15. The Serpentine Offering
16. Spellbound (By The Devil)
17. Mourning Palace

18. Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse
[video]19. Vredesbyrd
20. Sorgens Kammer Del II
21. The Serpentine Offering
22. The Sacrilegious Scorn
23. The Chosen Legacy
+ Gold Awards Oslo
+ Image Gallery

Quality: DVD9
Format: DVD Video
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: MPEG2 Video 720x576 (16:9) 25.00fps 7700Kbps
Audio: Dolby AC3 48000Hz 6ch 448Kbps & LPCM 48000Hz Stereo 1536Kbps


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