Dimmu Borgir - Inn i Evighetens Mørke
1.Inn i Evighetens Mørke - Part I
2.Inn i Evighetens Mørke - Part I
3.Raabjørn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde
Length: 12:35
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Inn i Evighetens Mørke

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Length: 12:35

  1. Inn i Evighetens Mørke - Part I
  2. Inn i Evighetens Mørke - Part I
  3. Raabjørn Speiler Draugheimens Skodde
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'Dimmu Borgir - Inn i Evighetens Mørke'
'Inn i Evighetens Mørke'

4.0 star rating 80%

If you haven't listened to it, you should, and if you already have, listen to it more than twice... So that little by little you

An Ep of about 12 minutes, which would start the legend of Dimmi Borgir, are three songs, to start with the first... A cold and desolate environment in which a keyboard in some sad notes in which he complexes himself with a cold environment and continue with those gloomy notes for a long time. What can I tell you about it, the magic comes with the arrival of the electric guitar and is complexed with the already mentioned keyboard and cold environment. (Inn I Evighetens Mørke, pt. 1) a song that I, speaking personally... I was moved to hear it, a bit of anguish caused in this environment until the river waters echo "I hope I'm using the words" .

And we start (Inn I Evighetens Mørke, pt. 2) it is a song that is not the one I like the most but it is not bad either, but the songs are not always going to be the way I want them to be, no, no, no... They are the artists, and they know very well how to make their music. But well here I go, a guitar begins to ascend in which the heartbreaking voice of Silenoz would be heard. I must admit that Shagrath does very well on drums, just like Silenoz on guitar, a somewhat curious formation indeed... For a start, the quality is admirable when looking at the time, although that does not mean that it is the only work like this. It is clear that there are more works from 1994 that have better productions and some others that are not bad but could improve, aside from that, that is the essence of the bands. I would give examples of the bands but I think you should know which ones They are those great bands that most of me know... I love All of this, I hope this little criticism of their first Dimmu Borgir Ep is of some use.

I continue with the third song which is, and the one that I like the most (Raabjørn Speiler Draughheimens Skodde) apparently the sad notes want to continue in force "well I interpreted it that way"
The rhythm, the symphonic, all the rest is so great I got emotional with this EP, if you haven't listened to it you should, and if you already did, listen to it more than twice... So that little by little you feel the magic of the EP, that would be my little recommendation.
And there I heard the potential of Silenoz's voice and that Shagrath is also very good on drums, they are great, I know very well that I need to mention the three more members that are missing. But I continue, the symphonic is admirable like the entire EP, I would have loved to have the opportunity to have it physically but I see it as very unlikely and it is a separate issue. In there the Ep concludes, with the music descending slowly...

Silenoz and Shagrath already mentioned that they are very talented, but...Tjodalv, Stian Aarstad and Brynjard Tristan are not to be left behind, they also shaped Dimmu Borgir for a few years, Being so Young and making such well-made music and that over the years it would be a Legend of Symphonic Black Metal... All this is based on my point of view and personal criteria... It is my first review that I do and I hope it is something of interest to you or that it comes to It can be of some use to you, if I'm wrong about something in everything I already mentioned, I hope it's not a big problem.
And I'll say it again, the EP is worth it even if it's short, listening to it more than twice is a good option. "By the way, I hope that the English is not too bad, and if it is, I'm sorry if some things don't have coherence due to the literal translation, since English is not my native language"

Review for 'Dimmu Borgir - Inn i Evighetens Mørke' by Mørk
by Theodor Kittelsen Huldra Forsvant Mørk on 9th May, 2023
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