"Nifelheim" as written by Christofer Jan Johnsson and Thomas Niklas Krister Karlsson....
The world of ice in the distand north
is a very mysterious place.
Among its fog and inside it's ice,
the seed of life is burried.
into a stream of water,
When the heat of Muspel turn the ice of Nifel
the creation begins to take place.
Even though the frozen water of Nifel
contains a spark of life,
this is first of all a place of death
and the world fear the lethal strength of the icegiants
who were born here in the beginning of time.
Dimmornas Varld

Nifelheim

Nifel i nord
Nifel i nord
Nifel i nord

Nifel i nord

Jattar I norden vandrar fram skapta av rimfrost, tunga dimmors ljus
ur Vergelmers vatten stiger de, tunga i kroppen, med bestamda steg.

Dimmornas varld under Helheim
Dodens boning under Helheim
Dimmornas varld under Helheim
Dodens boning under Helheim

Draken Nidhog
har gnager pa vart trad
av kold har rinner fram
Elva floder

Hell Nifel!

Nastrand, Nastrand
Nastrand, Nastrand

Niferheim, Nifelheim
Niferheim, Nifelheim

Den bistra kylan vi gor till var van, ja
dimmor i norden som sveper var kropp

Jormundgand! Nidhogg!

Nifel i nord (bass)
Nifel i nord (alto)
Nifel i nord (tenor)
Nifel i nord (soprano)

Hell Nifel!

Nastrand, Nastrand
Nastrand, Nastrand

Niferheim, Nifelheim
Niferheim, Nifelheim

Den bistra kylan vi gor till var van, ja
dimmor i norden som sveper var kropp

Jormundgand! Nidhogg!


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"Nifelheim" as written by Thomas Niklas Krister Karlsson Christofer Jan Johnsson

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    General CommentWell, I have no idea what the lyrics say, but I'm guessing it has something to do with nordic mythology.

    Níðhöggr (aglicized as Nidhogg), is a dragon that eats the roots of Yggdrasill. And Jörmungandr (Jormundgand on the lyrics) is the arch-enemy of Thor. They end up killing each other during the Ragnarök.
    Eliminationon May 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentText from booklet:

    "The world of ice in the distant north is a very mysterious place. Among its fog and inside its ice, the seed of life is buried. When the heat of Muspel turn the ice of Nifel into a stream of water, the creation begins to take place. Even though the frozen water of Nifel conceal a spark of life, this is first of all a place of death and the world fear the lethal strength of the icegiants who were born here in the beginning of time."
    Lateralus518on September 07, 2010   Link

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