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DB stands for Dimmu Borgir (band)

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Byline: PAUL CASTLES Dimmu Borgir ACADEMY2, BIRMINGHAM GENERALLY when the billing of a live music event is proceeded by the words 'an evening with' it conjures up grey images of some elderly crooner.
Soundtrack 2011 highlights include Japanese master of controversy Takashi Miike's Hara Kiri: Death of a Samurai and Ralph Fiennes' directorial debut Coriolanus, a screening of Until The Light Takes Us with a performance from Norwegian Black Metal heroes Dimmu Borgir in Cardiff University.
Still others, such as Carpathian Forest (Defending the Throne of Evil [Season of Mist 68, 2003]), and Dimmu Borgir (Enthrone Darkness Triumphant [Nuclear Blast 6247, 1997]), added keyboards and elaborate arrangements to create a new subgenre known as symphonic black metal.
V FESTIVAL Weston Park, Staffordshire August 18-19 The Killers Foo Fighters Snow Patrol Manic Street Preachers Kasabian Primal Scream Happy Mondays The Kooks Pink James The Fratellis Damien Rice Kanye West KT Tunstall James Morrison Goo Goo Dolls Paolo Nutini Editors The Proclaimers Lily Allen Mika Guillemots Basement Jaxx Amy Winehouse The Coral Babyshambles The Fray Corinne Bailey Rae Sophie Ellis-Bextor DOWNLOAD June 8-10, Donington Park, Leicestershire Iron Maiden (above) Linkin Park My Chemical Romance Marilyn Manson Korn Velvet Revolver Wolfmother Slayer Killswitch Engage Bring Me The Horizon Dragonforce Devildriver Lamb Of God Dimmu Borgir
OZZFEST 2004 What: Ozzy Osbourne's annual 14-hour, 20-band head-banging orgy features Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Slayer, Dimmu Borgir, Black Label Society, Slipknot, Otep and more.
While the other two headline acts have yet to be confirmed, among the 100-plus bands heading to the festival next August are Norwegian black metal masters Dimmu Borgir and the mighty thrash kings Anvil.