NORDGEIST release second single ‘Зима (Winter)’

Black metal underground stalwarts NORDGEIST have released ‘Зима (Winter)‘ as the second single taken from their debutfull-length Frostwinter“, which is slated for release on April 23, 2021. Please find album information below

The single Зима (Winter)‘ is now available for immediate publication via the following link

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NORDGEIST ‘Зима (Winter)’ taken from the album ”Frostwinter”

NORGEIST mastermind T comments: 

English“‘Зима (Winter)’ is the first song that I have composed for “Frostwinter”. Lyrics and music describe the essence and the character of the winter season from my point of view. Winter is depicted in a warlike image as a conquerer, who takes over the world and turns it into a huge ice desert.”

1. Зима (Winter)
2. Старый волк (The Old Wolf)
3. Возмездие (Revenge)
4. Тоска (Sorrow)

NORDGEIST were conceived in the Siberian city of Bratsk in the Irkutsk Oblast at the junction of the rivers Oka and the mighty Angara. This territory once belonged to the nomadic Buryat people, who are related to the Mongolians and renowned for their close relationship to  nature. Bratsk lies in the subarctic climate zone, which results in dark, long cold winters.
It is therefore quite easy to see, where T, the mysterious mastermind and musician behind NORDGEIST took inspiration from. Her approach to black metal is obviously shaped by the Nordic scene, with which T’s music shares a penchant for majestic melodies and cineastic soundscapes, but also delivers an extra dose of viscious fury. 
Founded in 2017, NORDGEIST caused an immediate stirr in the black underground with the split-release “Nordwinter”, which they shared with VINTERKULT.

Now NORDGEIST unleash their ice-crowned album debut “Frostwinter”, which will hit the world like a black blizzard from Siberia. 


T – vocals, all instruments, all music and lyrics

Style: Black Metal


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