Progenies of the Great Apocalypse

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"Progenies of the Great Apocalypse" is a 2003 song by the Norwegian symphonic black metal band Dimmu Borgir. It served as their debut single on the album Death Cult Armageddon. The song features guest vocals by Immortal frontman Abbath, and features the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra - the album's Japanese edition also features a version with the orchestra only. Parts of this song and another song ("Eradication Instincts Defined") were used for Hellboy and Stardust trailers and was the theme song to the 2004 MTV series Battle for Ozzfest. It is also included in the soundtrack of the video games Brütal Legend and APB: All Points Bulletin, and the orchestral version appears in Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet. The music video features extravagant computer-generated effects to correspond with the song's intensity and prestige. The televised version is edited down from 5:25 to 3:35 and censors the female nudity. It aired frequently on Headbangers Ball and Uranium in the months following its debut. 


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2006
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The battle raged on and on
Fuelled by the venom of hatred for man
Consistently, without the eyes to see
By those who revel in sewer equally

We, the prosperity of the future seal
Cloaked by the thunders of the north wind
Born to capture the essence of
The trails of our kind

Zero tolerance must be issued forth
Behind the enemy's line
So it shall be written
And so it shall be done

(repeat 1st and 2nd verse)

Discover and conceive the secret wealth
And pass it unto your breed
Become your own congregation
Measure the sovereignty of it's invigoration

We, who not deny the animal of our nature
We, who yearn to preserve our liberation
We, who face darkness in our hearts with a solemn fire
We, who aspire to the truth and pursue it's strength

Are we not the undisputed prodigy of warfare
Fearing all the mediocrity that they possess
Should we not hunt the bastards down with our might
Reinforce and claim the throne that is rightfully ours

Consider the god we could be without the grace
Once and for all
Diminish the sub principle and leave it's toxic trace
Once and for all

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Dimmu Borgir

Dimmu Borgir ( /ˌdɪmuː ˈbɔrɡɪər/) is a Norwegian black metal band from Oslo, Norway, formed in 1993. The name is derived from a volcanic formation in Iceland, Dimmuborgir, which means "dark cities" or "dark castles/fortresses" in Icelandic, Faroese and Old Norse. The band has been through numerous lineup changes over the years; guitarist Silenoz and vocalist Shagrath are the only founding members remaining. more »

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Written by: STIAN TOMT THORESEN, SVEN ATLE KOPPERUD, TOM RUNE ANDERSEN

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