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Stian Aarstad

Stian Aarstad

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Stian Aarstad
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Best known for his five-year (1992–97) stint with Dimmu Borgir during which he played keyboards. He engendered much criticism and controversy for appearing onstage and performing in a top hat and cape; wearing minimal corpsepaint and not moving or showing any emotion. Upon joining Dimmu Borgir, he didn't listen to metal music, preferring only to listen to classical.


Electronics (2005-present)

Dimmu Borgir

Keyboards (1993-1997)

1994 Rehearsal January 1994 (Demo) Keyboards
1994 Rehearsal February 1994 (Demo) Keyboards
1994 Rehearsal August 1994 (Demo) Keyboards
1994 Inn i evighetens mørke (EP) Keyboards, Piano, Effects
1996 Stormblåst Keyboards, Piano
1997 Live & Plugged Vol. 2 (Split video) Keyboards
1997 Enthrone Darkness Triumphant Keyboards, Piano
2014 Titans of Symphonic Metal (Split) Keyboards (Track 1)


Keyboards (1997-2002)

1998 The Mirror's Opposite End Keyboards
2000 Demo 2000 (Demo) Keyboards

Dimmu Borgir

1995 For all tid Keyboards, Piano, Effects
1998 Godless Savage Garden (EP) Keyboards, Piano (tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

Highland Glory

2005 Forever Endeavour Vocals (additional)


2003 Subterranean Movement Engineering


2011 Dødsdom (EP) Mixing, Producer


1999 Demo 98/99 (Demo) Producer, Engineering, Mixing
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