When a band is known for breaking barriers and shattering expectations, even the original can seem mundane. For Dimmu Borgir however, their seemingly neverending well of inspiration has exploded into something much larger than life on ABRAHADABRA. They have eschewed the keyboard-heavy sound and topped even themselves by collaborating with over 101 musicians, including Norwegian composer and Berklee College of Music summa cum laude alumnus Gaute Storaas, the Norwegian Radio Orchestra (KORK), and the Schola Cantorum Choir. Legendary musicians from King Diamond, Ulver, Vader and more also lent their talents. The result is a massive and altogether unprecedented album that thrusts Dimmu Borgir into the metal elite. The bombastic power and mature composition are completely unique, yet sound so organic it's as if they were destined to create such an album their entire career. The title translates as "I will create as I speak" and first appeared in the Liber AL vel Legis (or, The Book of the Law), an occult text transcribed by Aleister Crowley. The subject matter is innovative in its own right and perfectly suited for a world that's as explosive and unpredictable as their music is. This challenging but infinitely listenable musical masterpiece redefines symphonic black metal and proves to fans and detractors alike that Dimmu Borgir are an unstoppable force of nature!