DIMMU BORGIR: Video Interview With SILENOZ Available
A video interview with DIMMU BORGIR guitarist Silenoz, conducted on April 22 by PureGrainAudio.com during the band's stop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has been posted online at this location.
As previously reported, fan-filmed video footage of DIMMU BORGIR's April 26, 2007 performance at the Nokia Theatre in New York City has been posted on YouTube:
"The Serpentine Offering": Video
"Progenies Of The Great Apocalypse": Video
"Mourning Palace": Video
"Kings Of The Carnival Creation": Video
"Spellbound (By The Devil)": Video
DIMMU BORGIR's new album, "In Sorte Diaboli", sold 14,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 43 on the Billboard chart. This is more than double the 6,400 first-week tally achieved by its predecessor, "Death Cult Armageddon", which came out in September 2003 and landed at position No. 169 on The Billboard 200 chart.
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".
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