DIMMU BORGIR's Final Show With MUSTIS, ICS VORTEX; Video Footage, Photos Available
Norwegian symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR played their final show with keyboardist Mustis (real name: Øyvind Mustaparta) and bassist/clean vocalist ICS Vortex (real name: Simen Hestnæs) on August 15, 2009 at this year's Thrash Till Death Festival in Kavarna, Bulgaria. Also on the bill were the Bulgarian bands SERPENTINE CREATION, THE REVENGE PROJECT and KOROZY. Around 2,500-3,000 people attended the event, which was held at the City Stadium.
Check out photos of DIMMU BORGIR's performance:
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The band's setlist was as follows:
03. Cataclysm Children
04. Relinquishment of Spirit and Flesh
05. The Serpentine Offering
06. The Chosen Legacy
07. The Sacrilegious Scorn
08. The Maelstrom Mephisto
10. Kings of The Carnival Creation
13. Mourning Palace
14. Progenies of The Great Apocalypse
15. The Fallen Arises (outro)
Fan-filmed video footage of DIMMU BORGIR's concert can be viewed below (courtesy of "george7751").
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