Dimmu Borgir - Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia


Review: The cheesewagon returns with this pointless detour into black metal appearance with the heart of Christian radio in making sappy, overindulgent, rehashed randomness within a rock format to convince suburban "normals" that they, too, can get into black metal. Sure there are changes in style, but for the most part, these are surface only and obscure the fact that nothing has changed throughout the Dimmu Borgir albums after Stormblåst - when mediocre artists are out of new ideas, they head for the cheese factory and ripoff their influences. This album is a great example of what not to do unless you care about nothing but money, in which case, future Marilyn Mansons of the world, feast!


1. Intro
2. Blessing Upon The Throne Of Tyranny
3. Indoctrination
4. Sympozium
5. The Maelstrom Mephisto
6. Hybrid Stigmata - The Apostasy
7. Puritania
8. Perfection Or Vanity
9. Kings Of Carnival Creation
10. Absolute Sole Right
11. Architecture Of A Genocidal Nature
12. Burn In Hell

Length: 63:04

Dimmu Borgir - Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia: Black Metal 2001 Dimmu Borgir

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