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Norwegian metal masters release their third LP, in the classic 'Black Metal' tradition.

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  • Audio CD (July 8, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B000000H22
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #271,402 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Hater of the Human Race on June 7, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Dimmu Borgir became one of the biggest bands to play this kind of extreme music with this album. First, let me say that I like alot of raw black metal bands but I also like the gothic/black symphonic stuff that Dimmu Borgir plays. Shagrath's vocals are very powerful and are kind of in between a death growl and a tortured black metal scream. The guitar playing on this album is wonderful. It's sometimes fast, but at other times it's very melodic with technical riffs and nice solos. The beautiful keyboards on tracks like "In Death's Embrace" create a very sad atmosphere within the chaos of the music. "Tormentor of Christian Souls" is a very fast and aggressive song that just about any fan of black metal could probably enjoy as the symph is present, but only in moderation. Other standout tracks are "Mourning Palace", "Entrance", and "A Succubus in Rapture". Cradle of Filth fans would probably like Dimmu Borgir. If you already are a fan of Dimmu, i'd like to recommend Mystic Circle, Agathodaimon, Lux Occulta, Sigh, Thy Serpent, Covenant, and Nokturnal Mortum. All great symphonic black metal bands. HAIL DIMMU BORGIR!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Sam Chronic on August 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Despite the line-up changes which occured after this album and can be deemed nothing else except improvements, this remains my favorite Dimmu release yet. The album has the atmosphere of Stormblast but with better production and all English lyrics except for one of my favorites on the CD; Raabjørn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde, which is the unlisted track 11. The production is also in my opinion much better than the later Spiritual Black Dimensions, while not too polished and overdone.
The CD is full of Dimmu classics from Mourning Palace, Spellbound, In Deaths Embrace to Tormentor of Christian Souls and A Succubus in Rapture. The atmosphere of the CD is killer, with the melodic riffing and some of the best keyboard work of it's kind done by former keyboardist Stian Aarstad.
Known for being one of those black metal bands that will not blast beat you into the ground, Dimmu Borgir shows their range on this album, going from brutal to melodic and back while not skipping a beat. Defintely a classic not only in the black metal genre but in any musical genre.....
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on May 10, 2006
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Dimmu Borgir's third album, "Enthrone Darkness Triumphant," was their first album to feature keyboards. And while this record was coincidently the group's breakthrough, it also brought on legions of haters who claimed Dimmu "sold out." But the truth about "Enthrone Darkness Triumphant" is that it's a great black metal album (one of the genre's high points), and also one of Dimmu's most creative releases. The use of Stian's keyboards don't detract from the songs' heaviness, but it does add more depth and atmosphere to the music, making the songs sound fuller and richer. Plus, the use of (what sounds like) a choir, orchestra, and violins adds some extra ear candy and helps a couple of the songs to be quite pretty. But, that's not to give you the wrong impression, because the guitars and drums are still brutal. So, the final result is an album which is quite heavy but also pretty. There are some songs (like the fiery "Mourning Palace") that are just brutal, but most of these songs mix melody with metal. For example, see "In Death's Embrace," which augments piano keys with rapid-fire riffs, and "Entrance" and "A Succubus In Rapture," which are backed by both creepy, chilling piano keys and scorching buzzsaw riffs. Also, the bonus track ("Raabjorn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde") begins with some choir singing and melodic, almost aquatic instruments before launching into a blistering barrage of power chords and stomping drums. The last two highlights are "The Night Masquerade" and "Master Of Disharmony." Both of these songs could have been lifted from a 1349 or Dark Funeral demo, because they both feature walls of searing guitars, jackhammer drums, and high-pitched, skin crawling shrieks.

If you're looking for melody-deficient black metal, pick up some Mayhem or one of Dimmu's first discs. But if you want a true symphonic black metal album which successfully incorporates beautiful parts with brutal ones, start here.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "king_niall" on June 11, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Most people who like Dimmu Borgir think "Enthrone Darkness Triumphant" is their best album. I don't think so. I think the best DB album is not yet made, is still only a promise for the Future Aeons. If I had to point the best DB album so far... hmmm, I think that prize goes to "Spiritual Black Dimensions".
"EDT", then, is not the best Dimmu Borgir album ever, but it does have the best DB songs ever -"Mourning Palace", "In Death's Embrace", "Relinquishment Of Spirit And Flesh", "Entrance" and "Prudence's Fall"; songs that stand among the finest Metal of all time, if you ask me. The sound quality and mix are great for Black Metal standards; clear, but not as polished as to sound `digital'. Unlike "Spiritual Black Dimensions", one can always understand the guitar playing and drumming, not only thanks to the mix, but also because the riffs and rhythms are less complex and elaborate than in "SBD".
"Mourning Palace" opens the album, with a low keyboard motif that sounds like the beginning of a sinister waltz. Then the whole band goes off with all their heaviness, keeping the same melody, guitars roaring, Shagrath screaming with his extremely harsh voice and Tjodalv keeping everything in a nice mid-tempo. The second keyboard motif is very beautiful and sounds like something out of an Enya song, like "Caribbean Blue". In the context of a Black Metal song, however, this motif acquires a gloomy resonance. And that, I think, is the quintessence of Black Metal, the thing that separates the genre from Death, Thrash, and all the other branches of Metal: the juxtaposition of mystic, classical beauty and unholy aggression. And nobody does it better than Dimmu and a few other bands.
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