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Death Cult Armageddon

4.1 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 9 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sonic Unyon Records
  • ASIN: B0000AN196
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record  |  DVD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,214 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Allegiance
2. Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse
3. Lepers Among Us
4. Vredesbyrd
5. For The World To Dictate Our Death
6. Blood Hunger Doctrine
7. Allehelgens Dod I Helveds Rike
8. Cataclysm Children
9. Eradication Instincts Defined
10. Unorthodox Manifesto
11. Heavenly Perverse

Product Description

The band recorded Death Cult Armageddon with a full-blown orchestra, this time with a forty-eight piece orchestra from Prague. Returning with manic axe-man Galder (founder/mastermind of Old Man's Child) & arguably metal's finest skinsman, Nick Barker (Cradle Of Filth, Old Man's Child), both of whom joined the band on 'Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia', Dimmu Borgir continue on the path with their all-star line-up towards domination! Digipak limited to 2000, includes 2 bonus tracks 'Heavenly Perverse' & 'Satan My Master'. Nuclear Blast. 2003.

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Format: Audio CD
Okay, so here we go, Dimmu Borgir...
Don't bother comparing Dimmu Borgir to any other band because ther really is no point. They do what they do, they do it well, and if they dont sound as heavy as Mayhem or Immortal, so what?
You can still taste the darkness
You have to prepare yourself here for a different breed of Black Metal, a lot mor commercial, though totally satisfying for the fact that Dimmu Borgir are one of the only bands (perhaps only overshadowed by Emperor) who have managed to actually get heavier as their careers progress.
This is an awesome release from what is probably Norway's biggest black metal act to date. Slightly leaning toward the Cradle of Filth end of the spectrum, this album will not disappoint, if you liked them before, you'll like them now, and if you've never heard them, you'll be in for a treat.
Death Cult Armageddon is the apocalypse, vomited into a plastic CD case and sold for a very reasonable price.
Stay black... Industrial is DEAD!
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Format: Audio CD
My feelings about this band are conflicted, I both like them, and are also put off by both the sound of this release and the way they present themselves. Their lyrics are a part of this, musically they rock, but if you read their lyrics you can see that they haven't really grown at all since their early days, nothing brilliant, a few good lines, but nothing to be proud of, and some stuff that honestly sucks. They should keep writing in Norwegian all the way or let Vortex write, there's someone who can write good lyrics. But then if I forget the lyrics and the dumb artwork and visuals I hear a band who musically are absolutely amazing, brining to mind great epics and a very Norwegian feeling, too bad they keep writing about the appocalypse and stupid stuff like that. Maybe if they brought more of an element like in the first song on the cd, full of the valour and wonder of Norse tales, then the words will fit the music. Really though who can tell what they're saying most of the time without the lyric sheet, so again I am brought to why I feel so conflicted, musically I really like them, allthough this release isn't as good as older releases. So what can I say, try it out for yourself, you'll either like it, or not, or feel conflicted. But I'm still listening to this, trying to understand it, but there's something about it that does call me to listen to it, and that's a good sign, so we'll see.
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Format: Audio CD
This and Cradle of Filth's new album Damnation and a Day are the Best albums in black metal today.Inside the album has the lyrics to their songs,broken skeltons and skulls,group photo and member photos.Vocalist Shagrath has a awesome wicked voice that goes deeper in a death metal voice and in his photo,there's two nurses(one sexy,one fat)injecting him with Jack Daniels and a Jack Daniels bottle used as an IV on him.Guitarists Galder and Silenoz make heavy,quick riffs in all the songs,they did best in Progenies of the Great Apocalypse.Galder holds a chain leash with a naked possesed girl and Silenoz is dressed as a satanic priest preaching to cult kids in their photos.Bassist Vortex does more than what a ordinary bassist does,he makes the bass sound like bullets firing out of in MP5 and he is dressed as a medival knight in armor with a small sword or dagger in his armor glove.Keyboarder Mustis and his Korg's light piano sound to the dark sound of the pipe organ looking at you with a liquor bottle on his piano.And former Cradle of Filth drummer Nick Barker sure plays the drums nasty and he especially is nasty looking in his photo holding a bloody machete in one hand and a bloody hook in the other hand.
The songs are very good.Progenies of the Great Apocalypse(most popular),Lepers among us(very good song with hammer-strike-steel sounds after the chorus),Vredesbyrd(Very fast with Norwegian lyrics),For the World to Dictate our Death(another popular one),Blood Hunger Doctrine(Good) and Cataclysm Children(awesome song and awesome lyrics)are the best ones. I'll see Dimmu Borgir play mainstage at Ozzfest 2004.After Ozzfest 2004.I'll type another review about Death Cult Armageddon and talk ALL about Ozzfest 2004(not just Dimmu Borgir) It will kick a$$.
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Format: Audio CD
Finally the style of the Wave of Nordic Black Metal is starting to gain a beachhead in America thanks to Dimmu Borgir's latest album Death Cult Armegeddon. Armed with the flagship single "Progenies of the Great Apocalypse," the album has received attention in the primary stateside Metal outlets (Fuse's Uranium, MTV2's Headbanger's Ball). Most promising is the band's spot on the mainstage at Ozzfest 2004. Bands like Disturbed, Cradle of Filth, and Chevelle have all achieved a significant amount of US fame thanks to spots on Ozzfest and hopefully Dimmu will be no different. However, I give this CD 4 stars because American fame may be a nail in the coffin of these Modern Black Metal Warriors. In Flames and Arch Enemy have both gained fame only by incorporating heavy elements of American "Nu" Metal into their sound and I feel a minute fraction of that is found on Death Cult Armegeddon as well. I think all Black Metalheads are offering a prayer to Satan that Dimmu's next albums won't find them decked out in baggy pants and dreadlocks.
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