DIMMU BORGIR: 'Abrahadabra' Exclusive Editions Announced

Nuclear Blast Records has announced the various exclusive editions of DIMMU BORGIR's new album, "Abrahadabra", which will be released in Germany on September 24, in the rest of Europe on September 27, and in North America on October 12.

** "Abrahadabra" worldwide iTunes digital edition - available for pre-order beginning September 28.

Exclusive iTunes version will include a digital booklet, the official "Gateways" video, plus the following two bonus tracks: "Gateways" (Orchestral Version) and "The Demiurge Molecule" (Orchestral Version)

** "Abrahadabra" Amazon MP3, Rhapsody, eMusic and Napster digital editions - available on October 12.

This exclusive digital version will include the bonus track "Dimmu Borgir" (Orchestral Version)

"Abrahadabra" North American editions:

** "Abrahadabra" Nuclear Blast USA's exclusive, limited-edition webstore version - available for pre-order now.

Deluxe metal Ammo Box (actually used in battle), hand-numbered and limited to 350 copies includes:

- "Abrahadabra" North American deluxe cross digipak version with one bonus track
- DIMMU BORGIR belt buckle
- DIMMU BORGIR dog tags
- Poster flag
- Exclusive t-shirt (one size fits all)

This limited-edition ammo box version can be purchased for $70.00 ONLY at the Nuclear Blast webstore.

** "Abrahadabra" Nuclear Blast USA digipak version and pre-order bundles - available for pre-order now.

Exclusive North American deluxe cross digipak version will include an enhanced "Gateways" video track + the following bonus track: "Dimmu Borgir" (Orchestral Version). This deluxe digipak version is available for pre-order at the Nuclear Blast webstore for $12.00.

A pre-order bundle (digipak + choice of male shirts or female t-shirt) is available for pre-order at the Nuclear Blast webstore for $25.00.

** "Abrahadabra" Nuclear Blast USA vinyl version and pre-order bundles - available for pre-order NOW.

Exclusive North American double gatefold black vinyl version (180 gram) will include the following bonus track: "Dimmu Borgir" (Orchestral Version)

This vinyl version is available for pre-order at the Nuclear Blast webstore for $16.00.

A pre-order bundle (vinyl + choice of male shirts or female t-shirt) is available for pre-order at the Nuclear Blast webstore for $29.00.

Exclusive shirts from pre-order bundles can also be ordered separately for $15.00 at the Nuclear Blast webstore.

View ALL Nuclear Blast USA pre-order bundles here.

** "Abrahadabra" Hot Topic edition

Exclusive Hot Topic jewel case version will include an enhanced "Gateways" video track + the following three bonus tracks: DEEP PURPLE "Perfect Strangers" cover, GGFH "D.M.D.R." cover, "Dimmu Borgir" (Orchestral Version)

** "Abrahadabra" at FYE / Sam Goody

Receive a free exclusive poster with the in-store purchase of the album.

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