DIMMU BORGIR, BEHEMOTH: Philadelphia Concert Footage Available
A video clip of DIMMU BORGIR performing the new song "The Serpentine Offering" on April 28, 2007 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has been posted online at YouTube. Also available is a clip of Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH playing their new track "Christgrinding Avenue" at the same show. Watch it at this location.
For more clips of DIMMU BORGIR, BEHEMOTH and KATAKLYSM, filmed at the Philadelphia concert, click here.
DIMMU BORGIR's official promotional video for the song "The Serpentine Offering" can be viewed at YouTube. The clip was shot by Swedish director Patric Ullaeus (LACUNA COIL, KAMELOT) of Revolver Film Company AB and is the group's first promotional video for its new album, "In Sorte Diaboli".
"In Sorte Diaboli" was mixed at Studio Fredman by producers Fredrik Nordström and Patrik J. Sten. DIMMU BORGIR recorded the effort with the following lineup:
Shagrath - Vocals
Silenoz - Guitars
Galder - Guitars
I.C.S. Vortex - Bass & Clean Vocals
Mustis - Keyboards
Hellhammer - Drums
(Thanks: CentroRock.com / RottingCorpsE528)
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