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Hymns of past battles and imagery of winds blowing past the high mosques of the holiest Islamic land resonate unlike any other.
The Scandinavians lay claim to all things "kvlt" and "extreme" in the world of black metal, but do any of the members of these bands risk government-sanctioned execution merely for their lyrical content? Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, is a different culture entirely, and Al-Namrood risk their very safety to spread their message against the influence religion has on their society.
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.
Et ça doit sans doute influencer la manière que l’on aura d’appréhender ce groupe inhabituel.
L’ensemble est donc un black metal sombre et majoritairement lent et lourd, assez pauvre en blast beats, à très forte consonance orientale, et le détail qui surprend est l’absence du chant éraillé et perçant propre au style.
He is best known for his manga adaptations of several tokusatsu shows.
In 2005 he received a special award from the Japan's Cartoonist Association for his artbook "Kazumine Daiji Daizenshuu".
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The spells are taken from the Egyptian sacred text "The Book of the Dead".