Dimmu Borgir confirm live concert date at The Academy in Dublin on November 29th 2011!

Sep 12, 2011 No Comments by Musicscene

Norwegian symphonic black metal band Dimmu Borgir will play their very first ever live performance on Irish soil this November when they perform live at The Academy of Middle Abbey Street in Dublin on Tuesday the 29th of November 2011. Ticket priced €26.00 including booking fee are on sale now through Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide. Click here to buy tickets. Please note: This is an over 18’s show and ID may be required.

The show will be part of their intimate club tour which see the band performing show across the UK and Ireland. The show will be devoted purely to Dimmu Borgir, and will comprise of two sets. The first set will be a full album in its entirety as chosen by the fans and the second set will include a variety of Dimmu Borgir classics such as ‘The Sacrilegious Scorn’ and ‘The Serpentine Offering’. Dimmu Borgir fans can vote for which of the following three albums they’d like to hear played through Dimmu Borgir’s official Facebook page.

Dimmu Borgir were first founded in 1993, by Shagrath, Silenoz, and Tiodaly and named themselves after unusually shaped lava fields and rock formations east of Lake Myvath in Iceland. Although recorded entirely in Norwegian the band have recorded what many regard as one of the most essential albums in black metal history, ‘Stormblast’. Dimmu Borgir have since come a long way and is recognized internationally as one of the greatest black metal bands of all time.

Don’t miss your first chance to see them play in Ireland when they come to visit The Academy in Dublin on November 29th 2011.

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