Jason Bracelin of the Cleveland Scene chatted with Norway black metal band Dimmu Borgir guitarist Silenoz about how his band, unlike many in the black metal ilk, doesn’t take themselves too seriously. Borgir said, “In the early ’90s, everything had to be so fu**ing dark, you had to be silent all the time and couldn’t show a fu**ing smile. But that passes, once you start to grow up and you experience new stuff in life. Now we’re taking the rebellion to a more intelligent level, and we use the music as a weapon instead of fu**ing torches and gas. It makes you open your mind.” Clevescene.com has since removed the article.
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