Nifel i nord (bass)
Nifel i nord (tenor)
Nifel i nord (alto)
Nifel i nord (soprano)
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Jattar I norden vandrar fram skapta av rimfrost, tunga dimmors ljus
ur Vergelmers vatten stiger de, tunga i kroppen, med bestamda steg.

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Tenor:
Dimmornas varld under Helheim
Dodens boning under Helheim
Dimmornas varld under Helheim
Dodens boning under Helheim

Alto/Soprano:
Draken Nidhog
har gnager pa vart trad
Elva floder
av kold har rinner fram
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Hell Nifel!

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Bass/Alto:
Nastrand, Nastrand
Nastrand, Nastrand

Tenor:
Niferheim, Nifelheim
Niferheim, Nifelheim

Soprano:
Den bistra kylan vi gor till var van, ja
dimmor i norden som sveper var kropp
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Jormundgand! Nidhogg!

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

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Bass/Alto:
Nastrand, Nastrand
Nastrand, Nastrand

Tenor:
Niferheim, Nifelheim
Niferheim, Nifelheim

Soprano:
Den bistra kylan vi gor till var van, ja
dimmor i norden som sveper var kropp
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Jormundgand! Nidhogg!


Lyrics submitted by Necro Butcher

Nifelheim song meanings
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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 29, 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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