DIMMU BORGIR To Show 'No Mercy' On Upcoming CD

Norwegian black metallers DIMMU BORGIR will enter Gothenburg, Sweden's Studio Fredman in March to record the follow-up to last year's "Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropy" opus for a summer 2003 release.

"The new material sounds extremely apocalyptic and militant, grim and somber and there is a distinct presence of no mercy to them," explained guitarist Silenoz. "We're extremely excited and confident about the nine songs we've got so far and we're very much looking forward to starting the recording process at Studio Fredman in the beginning of March 2003. We're just gonna keep writing until then and see where it leads us, since we see no reason to hold back when we're being this productive and creative."


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