NIDINGR’s Teloch Releases Guitar Play-Through Videos for “On Dead Body Shore” and “Valkyries Assemble”

nidingrsbndOn the heals of the two-year anniversary of the release of Norwegian metal extremists NIDINGR‘s fourth full-length album, ‘The High Heat Licks Against Heaven,’ guitarist Teloch (MAYHEM, ex-GORGOROTH, ex-1349) has shared guitar play-through videos for the album’s cuts, “On Dead Body Shore” and “Valkyries Assemble.”

The play-through clip for “On Dead Body Shore” can be viewed at THIS LOCATION while “Valkyries Assemble” is available HERE.

Additional play-through videos from Teloch can be found on his official YouTube page.

‘The High Heat Licks Against Heaven’ is available now via Season of Mist in a CD digitpak and multi-colored vinyl formats. It can be ordered HERE.

Back when “On Dead Body Shore” was released onto the masses for the very first time, Teloch commented, “To me this song solidifies a thing that is fucking great about Nidingr – no rules. When being genre Nazis like most black metal bands are, you lose the ability to write songs that you would otherwise want to. This song proves that at least we, who have the balls to do it, do not need to constrict ourselves to one specific genre, like some no-brain capacity black metal elitist feel like they have to.”
The cover art for ‘The High Heat Licks Against Heaven,’ illustrated by Valnoir/Metastazis (WATAIN, BLACK ANVIL, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, ALCEST, PARADISE LOST, and more) can be found below along with the track-listing:
nidingrsTrack List
1. Hangaguð
2. Surtr
3. The Ballad of Hamther
4. On Dead Body Shore
5. Gleipnir
6. Sol Taker
7. Ash Yggdrasil
8. Valkyries Assemble
9. Heimdalargaldr
10. Naglfar Is Loosed

NIDINGR was  founded by MAYHEM guitarist Teloch, and named after an old Norse insult meaning “scoundrel” or “villain,” or a person of hatred and sin. The band features Cpt. Estrella Grasa on vocals, Teloch (MAYHEM, ex-GORGOROTH, ex-1349) on guitar, Myrvoll on drums and SIR (Gaahls WYRD, GORGOROTH) on bass.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s