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Three Past Dimmu Borgir Albums To Get New Colored Vinyl Reissues

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Some colored vinyl pressings of select Dimmu Borgir albums are being readied for a December 22nd release through Nuclear Blast. The band’s 1995 debut “For All Tid” will be made available on orange vinyl, 1997’s “Enthrone Darkness Triumphant” will be pressed on dark green vinyl and 2003’s “Death Cult Armageddon” will be out on silver vinyl.

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1. A man has no name writes:

Galdar just needs to leave dimmu and give us more old man's child

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2. Burt Macklin FBI writes:

Their next album (if that ever happens) is certain to be their last. They've sure done a great job at turning their own fans against them.

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3. evil69 writes:

I got the live symphony cd this past year its pretty decent

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4. Westfallen writes:

DCA is an excellent record ... wonder how it sounds on vinyl!

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5. A writes:

Crap batman music. 💋

# Nov 13, 2017 @ 8:36 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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6. Disappointed writes:

Honestly, Dimmu used to be my favorite band to jam out to, but now I question their sensibility. They keep releasing and re-releasing vinyls and while this is dandy, thats all we get when looking for news on the band. It took years for Forces of the Northern Night concert to release. Other bands I listen to have released two or more albums since Abrahadabra, and when you check Dimmu’s facebook page, you can’t help but feel like they’re trying to dangle that golden carrot in front of you with very little update information.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but this longtime listener is going to be looking elsewhere for his Symphonic Black Metal fix.

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7. A man has no name writes:

Or.....more old man's child

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