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DIMMU BORGIR – Release Remixed And remastered Version of “Hybrid Stigmata – The Apostasy”

One of Norway’s most creative black metal bands DIMMU BORGIR released the groundbreaking Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia in 2001. DIMMU BORGIR celebrates this seminal album by releasing a brand-new sonic experience. The band is now releasing the remixed & remastered version of “Hybrid Stigmata – The Apostasy”.

Stream “Hybrid Stigmata – The Apostasy“here:
Pre-Order Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia (Remixed & Remastered) here:

Stream the first single “Blessings Upon the Throne of Tyranny” (Remixed & Remastered) here:
Conceived in the heart of the Norwegian black metal scene in 1993, DIMMU BORGIR quickly broke free from the boundaries of the genre, daring to combine a traditional raven black sound with opulent symphonic orchestration. Soon they turned into pioneers of their field, forging groundbreaking albums such as Enthrone Darkness Triumphant (1997), Spiritual Black Dimensions (1999), or Death Cult Armageddon (2003), invading the entire world with headline tours and eventually turning into the most influential act of their genre after nine full-length studio releases. After their last two successful albums Abrahadabra and Eonian, new music from DIMMU BORGIR follows with their remixed & remastered version of Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia which was originally released in 2001. 

Two weeks ago, DIMMU BORGIR also released their album Northern Forces Over Wacken which wasoriginally available on the Forces Of The Northern Night DVD, on a range of limited edition vinyl available via Nuclear Blast.

Stream Northern Forces Over Wacken here:

Order Northern Forces Over Wacken LP here:

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