Nidsang are a band from Sweden that plays a very fast, melodic and satanic form of black metal and this is a review of their 2014 album "Into The Womb Of Dissolving Flames" which will be released by Pulverised Records.
Dark sound effects start off the album and after a minute the music goes into a very fast black metal direction along with brutal blast beats and deep yet grim sounding vocals and after awhile you can hear some melodies being added into t he recording along with a mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts.
All of the musical instruments on the album have a very powerful sound to them and when guitar solos and leads are used they add a lot more darkness and melody into the musical style this band creates and they also bring back the speed that was presented on the early Marduk, Setherial,, Triumphator, and In Battle records which is rarely utilized these days in Swedish black metal while also having the modern day melody which is closer to Watain and Ofermod but not sounding like any of the bands mentioned.
A good portion of the songs are around 7 minutes which also brings an epic feeling to the fast and melodic black metal that is present on this recording and as the album progresses you can also hear a slight doom metal influence in the slower sections of the guitar riffing and the faster sections demonstrate a great amount of talent and skill as well as showing the musicians in the band can play their instruments a lot better than most bands in this musical genre.
Nidsang create a very chaotic sounding black metal album with this recording having a perfect balance between speed, heaviness and melody as well as showing the best of what Swedish black metal can offer, the production is very professional sounding and the lyrics cover Satanism and Occultism themes.
In my opinion Nidsang are a very great sounding fast and melodic satanic black metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Black Void Revelations" "Layil" and "Abysmal Origins". 8/5 out of 10.