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Dimmu Borgir - Enthrone Darkness Triumphant album mp3
Black Metal,Heavy Metal,Scandinavian Metal
  • Performer:
    Dimmu Borgir
  • Title:
    Enthrone Darkness Triumphant
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  • Style:
    Black Metal,Heavy Metal,Scandinavian Metal
  • Date of release:
    May 27, 1997
  • Recording date:
    January, 1997
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  • Recording location:
    Abyss Studios, Sweden
  • Size FLAC version
    1190 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1108 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1514 megabytes
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Dimmu Borgir - Enthrone Darkness Triumphant (1997).

Enthrone Darkness Triumphant is the third studio album by Norwegian black metal band Dimmu Borgir, released on 30 May 1997 through Nuclear Blast Records. It was the band's first release through Nuclear Blast. This is the last release to feature keyboardist Stian Aarstad and the first with bassist Nagash. In 2002, a deluxe CD version was released with bonus material.

Enthrone Darkness Triumphant. Release date: May 30th, 1997. Catalog ID: NB-247-2. Produced by Dimmu Borgir. Added by: (Unknown user). Modified by: Dying Hope. Added on: N/A. Last modified on: 2017-02-24 17:38:28.

Daylight has finally reached it's end As evenfall strikes into the sky Far away in the dark glimpsing moonlight Sickening souls cry out in pain. Hear the cries from the Mourning Palace Feel the gloom of restless spirits Hear the screams from the Mouring Palace Feel the doom of haunting chants. Eternal is their lives in misery Eternal is their lives in grief Abandoned in a void of nothingness A chain of anger, a fetter of despair

Dimmu Borgir 컬렉션을 완성하세요. Enthrone Darkness Triumphant ‎(CD, Album). Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast. NB 247-2, NB-2736162472.


Stian Aarstad - Piano, Synthesizer
Dimmu Borgir - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
P. Gron - Artwork, Cover Art, Design
P GRON - Cover Art, Design
Shagrath - Guitar, Vocals
Peter Tägtgren - Engineer, Mixing

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Mourning Palace Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 5:13
2 Spellbound (By the Devil) Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 4:08
3 In Death's Embrace Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 5:42
4 Relinquishment of Spirit and Flesh Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 5:32
5 The Night Masquerade Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 4:25
6 Tormentor of Christian Souls Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 5:39
7 Entrance Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 4:47
8 Master of Disharmony Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 4:15
9 Prudence's Fall Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 5:56
10 A Succubus in Rapture Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 5:59
11 [Untitled Track] Dimmu Borgir Dimmu Borgir 5:04

Favorite Tracks: 1. Mourning Palace 3. In Death's Embrace 6. Tormentor of Christian Souls 10. A Succubus in Rapture
Oh, well, this is an interesting pair, Cradle of Filth and Dimmu Borgir the same day, isn’t it? Anyway.This is when Dimmu Borgir started to get serious, we have to say. Their previous two albums were two prototypes of intimal proto-Depressive Black Metal that lacked excess and relied too much on individual fantasies: by comparison, their third album Enthroned Darkness Triumphant, is a completely different band than before! Ok, Stian Tomt Thoresen, aka Shagarth, joined the line-up and his vocals are even more charismatic than that of Dani Filth (without much effort, also), but the material on this album is not only professionally produced, but also very inspired and includes plenty of hooks, along with the grainy guitar sound and the occasional palm-muted section to favor headbanging. Compared to Cradle of Filth, the band tend to use more “decadent” harmonies in E/A-minor with swift bass leads in order to recreate a magniloquent atmosphere, or, to mockingly echo back the title, “pretending the throne of darkness”. Though the words may seem like clichés, the plastic-drenched, ultra-professional production of the album (courtesy of Nuclear Blast, obviously) is very suited to the music, giving it an aura of being isolated in a place far from time and space: another small difference is that there are less “growling vocals” and female cameos. The joint of the clicking drum pedal and the guitar picking creates the false illusion of “Thrash Metal hammering” that would have become a rule for Extreme Metal from twenty years on, more or less.The symphonic citations are extremely scarce, and regard more the occasional contrapuntal keyboard arpeggio than anything else (see the middle section of “In Death’s Embrace”): closing cut “A Succubus in Rapture” is the only slower moment, one where the band prove that also they had strong Fields of the Nephilim influences, even more than Cradle of Filth (and a song whose excellent hook is shamelessly plagiarized from Covenant's "Night of the Blackwinds"!). The deluxe edition of the album includes also a re-recording of “Raabjørn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde” and the bonus track “Moonchild Domain”. Overall, this album is more or less on par with Dusk and Her Embrace, both are many times better than Limbonic Art’s Moon in the Scorpio and Emperor’s In the Nightside Eclipse. Personal rankings aside, this is an excellent album and the adapt way to get introduced to the band and the genre in general, despite some less than ideal moments ("Tormentor of Christian Souls").Highlights: “Mourning Palace”, “In Death’s Embrace”, “The Night’s Masquerade”, “A Succubus in Rapture”.