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Dimmu Borgir - Inn I Evighetens Mørke album mp3


Tracklist

Inn I Evighetens Mørke (Part I&II) (6:50)
Inn I Evighetens Mørke (Part I)
Inn I Evighetens Mørke (Part II)
Raabjorn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde 5:02

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NGP 004 Dimmu Borgir Inn I Evighetens Mørke ‎(7") Necromantic Gallery Productions NGP 004 Netherlands 1994
none Dimmu Borgir Inn I Evighetens Mørke 1994 ‎(7", Unofficial) Hat Records none 2003
none Dimmu Borgir Inn I Evighetens Mørke 1994 ‎(7", Unofficial) Crowley Records none Unknown
none Dimmu Borgir Inn I Evighetens Mørke ‎(CD, Mini, Single, Num, Unofficial, Box) Templo De Artes Negros none Bolivia Unknown


Dimmu Borgir - Inn I Evighetens Mørke album mp3
Performer: Dimmu Borgir
Genre: Rock
Title: Inn I Evighetens Mørke
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1994
Style: Black Metal
MP3 version ZIP size: 1644 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1109 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 774
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Nikok
The best and the darkest Ep ever
Samut
I bought this a long time ago before anyone had even the slightest thought that it would be rare someday, or even sought after. However, I bought it for only one reason and that was because I enjoyed For All Tid. I was pleasantly surprised with this album. The sound quality is very, very good for an upcoming band. For example, on some new vinyls, by new bands that is, you will hear a lot of feedback, and not just from your record player. Depending on where the album was made, produced, recorded etc... depends on what all you hear. This album was produced and mastered very well and I really enjoyed it. Also, this is a great example of black metal. Dimmu Borgir have gone from this playing style to something more of an extreme metal umbrella term now. However, Inn I Evighetens Mørke is beyond great in the terms of true black metal. If you can find a copy, buy it. If you can find it online, grab it. Trust me, you will not be disappointed. It won't be like some of the modern, media frenzied, corporate black metal.