NIDINGR's next album, "Wolf-Father", will be released in June.
Europe (Jester Records/PHD): June 5
USA, Canada (Vendlus Records/The End): June 29
This will be the first-ever "black metal" release on Jester Records, run by the old, old, old gentlemen of ULVER.
"Wolf-Father" is a concept album, based on Norse mythology.
Two songs from the forthcoming album can be heard on the NIDINGR MySpace page.
"Wolf-Father" track listing:
02. Baldrs Draumar
Teloch: Guitar, Bass
Blargh: Guitar, Bass
Cpt. Estrella Grasa: Vocals
Guest appearance by Garm of ULVER
Artwork by Valnoir
NIDINGR was founded in 1995 by guitarist Teloch, known for his work with 1349, GORGOROTH, OV HELL, GOD SEED, ORCUSTUS and UMORAL.
NIDINGR have released two albums, "Sorrow Infinite and Darkness" (2005) and "Sodomize the Priest" (2006), the latter a compilation vinyl limited to 500 copies, consisting of old demo songs and a live recorded rehearsal from 1996.
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