Al-Namrood | Kitab Al Awthan

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Kitab Al Awthan

by Al-Namrood

Oriental Black Metal from the desert.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Black Metal
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1. Mirath Al Shar
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2:24 album only
2. Min Trab Al Jahel
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6:47 album only
3. Hayat Al Khlood
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6:52 album only
4. Ashab Al Aika
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6:00 album only
5. Al Quam, Hakem Al Huroob
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5:26 album only
6. Kiram Al Mataia
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5:13 album only
7. Ez Al Mulook
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6:14 album only
8. Bani La'em
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5:18 album only
9. Wa Ma Kan Lil Sufha Entisar
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Album Notes
Rising from the desert sands where chaos reigns supreme in the midst of revolution. The unchallenged country of Saudi Arabia has withstood this revolutionary change but the battle's are not yet over. Al-Namrood have resurged from their fortress for the next battle. The empire of Al-Namrood has formed and on the desolate fields of the sand on which that land is bestowed they bring you their latest verse. Hymns of past battles and imagery of winds blowing past the high mosques of the holiest Islamic land resonate unlike any other.


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