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Atba'a Al-Namrood

by Al-Namrood

Oriental/Eastern/Arabian Black Metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Black Metal
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1. Atba'a Al-Namrood
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5:25 album only
2. Nagoos Alkhatar
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4:53 album only
3. Fe Zafrat AlMowt
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4:31 album only
4. Youm Tusaar Nar Aljaheem
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5:12 album only
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Album Notes
From The Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia Al-Namrood (non-believers) bring forth rageful Archaic Arabic vocals and depressive atmosphere, its Al-Namrood black metal with Arabian influences. Join the legion of Al-Namrood!

\"A blend of a fiendish Black Metal and an Archaic Arabian culture\"


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Eric M. Smith

Atba'a Al-Namrood
I ordered Atba'a Al-Namrood on a whim because it sounded like a great mix of Black Metal and Middle Eastern music. Technically Al-Namrood is not quite on the level of Melechesh or Orphaned Land yet but is well on the way. Al-Namrood does retain more of the "true" Black Metal sound (read Burzum, etc....) which may not appeal to fans expecting a "melodic" Black Metal sound like
Melechesh. If you do like this, check out their split album Narcotized and full lenght CD Astfhl Al Tha'r. Also check out the band Dhul-Qarnayn (which has a similar sound).

the Jax

rising from beneath the sands
If you like the samples, you should definitely get this EP. I've played it several times and only #3 doesn't hold my attention. I really like the way the traditional Arabian music is woven into the metal portions, especially on #4. I hope they continue to improve their skills and get access to better recording & mixing equipment (and don't get beheaded). There's a flavor here that's totally new to my experience of black metal, evocative of ancient temples, jeweled daggers, and catastrophic sandstorms.