Artist extraordinaire Joachim Luetke has released an exceptional DVD-ROM featuring his artistic collaborations with DIMMU BORGIR, KREATOR, ARCH ENEMY, DIVINE HERESY, PAIN, MESHUGGAH, RAGE, SIRENIA, THE KOVENANT, YELWORC, PERSEPHONE and SOPOR AETERNUS. The disc contains 26 songs, nine videos plus two interactive books
(DIMMU BORGIR - 36 pages, SOPOR AETERNUS - 128 pages), all embedded in breathtaking interactive artwork created by Luetke and featuring a preface by Silenoz (DIMMU BORGIR).
Stated Luetke: "Our goal was to push the artistic boundaries of music-packaging and presentation beyond all known possibilities. The result is 'Transformer', a DVD-ROM, combining digitized music with consistently digitized, interactive artworks and animations. A powerful combination, created for people who are looking for offers beyond regular CDs and DVDs."
"Transformer" is available exclusively at the Nuclear Blast Online Shop.
Check out a trailer below.
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