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Nidrike Adds New Guitarist

Anticipating signing a record deal eventually, Nidrike has decided to add another guitarist to the camp.

Gorgoth comments: "Since were gonna start recording our debut-album in December we wish to have a line-up that can play the most parts live in the studio so that we get that real band feeling over it all. Sure, the bass and most vocals will be added, but the basics will be live and thats important for us. BUT! This doesnt mean that Nidrike will play live-gigs, although we already have got offers regarding both European dates and a North-American tour. The thing is to be straight with you all, Liedheim wont play live since he don't like being on stage. Its hard enough to get him into a studio and rehearsing if theres anyone else but the band in the rehearsing room. So, if we ever are going to play live, we would need a live-drummer and as it looks right now, we aint gonna do that.

The band has added Aamoth also from Vanmakt to play the other guitar in the studio.

Gorgoth continues: "I'm currently writing the final tracks for the album and were rehearsing as much as we can so that we will be ready to enter a friends studio in December. I can't say how many songs there will be on the album, and I can't say any titles or so on. But what I can say is that it will be fast and chaotic! True disgusting and
fast blackmetal!! We will kick everyones as, and if you think that you have heard really good blackmetal, you're wrong, cause our album will smash everything!"

You can check out some of Nidrike's past material on their MySpace page.

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