Dimmu Borgir


Line-up

1993-1995  Shagrath - drums, vocals
› 1995-1997  -//- guitars, vocals
› 1997-2009  -//- vocals
› 2009-  -//- keyboards, vocals
1993-1996  Silenoz - guitars, vocals
› 1996-  -//- guitars
2000-  Galder - guitars
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1992-1994  Tjodalv - guitars
› 1995-1999  -//- drums
1993-1996  Brynjard Tristan - bass
1993-1997  Stian Aarstad - keyboards
1996-1999  Nagash - bass
1997-1999  Astennu - guitars
1998-2009  Mustis - keyboards, piano, synths
1999-2004  Nicholas Barker - drums
1999-2009  ICS Vortex - bass, vocals
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2005-2007  Hellhammer - drums
2008-  Daray - drums
2010  Snowy Shaw - bass, vocals
2010  Gerlioz - keyboard
1996-1997  Jens-Petter Sandvik - guitars
1997  Aggressor - drums
1997-1998  Kimberly Goss - keyboards
2004  Reno Killerich - drums
2004-2005  Tony Laureano - drums
› 2007-2008  -//-
2005-2007  Hellhammer - drums
2008-  Daray - drums
2010-  Gerlioz - keyboards
2010-  Terje Andersen - bass
1994  Vicotnik - vocals
1994  Lord Aldrahn - vocals
1997  Bente Engen - vocals
1999  Vortex - clean vocals
2000  Andy LaRocque - guitars
2003  Abbath Doom Occulta - vocals
2010  Agnete Kjølsrud - vocals
2010  Garm - vocals
2010  Ricky Black - slide guitar
2010  Andy Sneap - guitar solos

Latest reviews

Dimmu Borgir sucks. Dimmu Borgir are sellouts. Dimmu Borgir have a stupid image and idiotic videos. Dimmu Borgir kick members out with no explanation. Dimmu Borgir is only about squeezing cash from stupid kids who are naive enough to buy their albums....   Review by Daniell ››
A Black Metal concept album? Yes, you read that right. Dimmu Borgir has once again found a way to stand out by taking an unconventional path. The Norwegian superstars are back with "In Sorte Diaboli", following mostly raw reviews on their re-release...   Review by Demonic Tutor ››

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