Ninnghizhidda


Ninnghizhidda
Ninnghizhidda
Origin Recklinghausen, Germany
Genres Symphonic black metal
Black metal
Years active 1997–2003
Labels Displeased Records
Associated acts Eternal Dirge
Tsatthoggua
Website Myspace page
Members

Patrick K. - Vocals, Guitar
Rene Bogdanski - Guitar
Dragan Ljiljak - Bass

Markus A. - Drums

Ninnghizhidda is a German black metal band from Recklinghausen, North Rhine-Westphalia. The band was founded in 1997, and the name was derived from Sumerian mythology. Ninnghizhidda started with the recording of The horned serpent, a 6 track demo which was the basis for the first album Blasphemy. In May 2002 the second studio album, entitled Demigod was released. Due to personal reasons, including line-up changes, the band had its final concert in January 2003 and split-up in summer 2003.

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