NIDINGR: New Song Available For Streaming

November 10, 2012

"Vim Patior", a brand new song from Norwegian black metal conjurers NIDINGR, can be streamed below. The track comes off the band's third album, "Greatest Of Deceivers", which will be released in North America on November 20 via Indie Recordings. The CD was recorded at Crystal Canyon Studios in Oslo — home to a host of prominent Norwegian acts including cult experimentalists ULVER — produced by Teloch, mixed by Anders Møller (KITCHIE KITCHIE KI ME O, EUROBOYS, 120 DAYS, TURBONEGRO) and mastered by Jaime Gomez Arellano at Orgone Studios. The effort continues the theme from "Sorrow Infinite And Darkness", based on Enochian texts. As on the previous album, ten Enochian Æthyrs are evoked through the course of the album.

Commented NIDINGR guitarist Teloch: "'Vim Patior' contains all the elements you all love about NIDINGR: blastbeats, shredding guitars, sweet ass bass lines, guttural vocals, catchy riffing without turning your ears to cheese… But at the same time we introduce some of the new elements we are doing all over the new album: riffs that will make you puke blood and cry."

"Greatest Of Deceivers" track listing:

01. Greatest Of Deceivers
02. All Crowns Fall
03. O Thou Empty God
04. The Balances
05. Vim Patior
06. Rags Upon A Beggar
07. The Worm Is Crowned
08. Pure Pale Gold
09. Mother Of Abominations
10. Dweller In The Abyss

NIDINGR features in its ranks past and present members of MAYHEM, GORGOROTH, DHG (DØDHEIMSGARD),1349 and GOD SEED and has become notorious for its efficiently complex songwriting, dissonant-yet-infinitely-catchy riff onslaughts and maniacal tempos.


Teloch - Guitar, bass
Blargh - Guitar, bass
El.Cpt.Estrella Grasa - Vocals
Øyvind Myrvoll - Drums

"Vim Patior" audio stream:

"Greatest Of Deceivers" (song) audio stream:

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