8 comments on “Interview With SILENOZ: “We can’t wait to get this stuff off the ground and get going!”

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  8. It’s taken them this long and months in between of silence, only teasing a random picture here and there to show us of this alleged “progress” they’ve made with this album that the fans have been waiting for, in this case, for years.

    Releasing Forces of the Northern Night, in my opinion, was a means to get some more funding to complete the album. I mean, everyone has already seen the concert time and time again for years to the point that the official album wasn’t really a big deal at all. I have the official album but I never got any excitement after hearing it from start to finish. It was just what I already have seen repeatedly.

    The new album had an late summer/early winter ETA, and this, as I told many people would happen, has been pushed back. Big shock there…

    With months of silence between random teases of pictures of a studio with captions like, “Making great progress on the new album”, reading the comments on their FB page indicate the fans are becoming restless and going to other bands for their music fix, ready to drop Dimmu Borgir entirely. The repeated vinyl re-re-re-releases aren’t doing anyone any favors either, as everyone that wanted the albums on vinyl probably already got them.

    If they want to get the fans hyped, they’re doing a pretty lame job at doing so. KEEP US INFORMED! Why keep silent about it for so long? We’ve nearly give up on them.

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