Nile Black Seeds of Vengeance
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Donchivo
September 17th 2013



404 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yeah, I agree that they have a middle eastern vibe in their later works too (btw I love ITDS and AOTW) but it's still more typical death metal stuff than on catacombs imo.

One reason for that is George Kollias, while he is a beast of a drummer he is playing less feeling oriented and unconventional than Pete Hammoura and Tony Laureano but relies more on technicality and speed. The others sounded a lot more otherworldly, and thus added spice to the special Nile atmosphere imo.

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DikkoZinner
May 14th 2014



2960 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yep, "Defiling the Gates of Ishtar", good tune.

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Fozzie
July 26th 2014



332 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Gimmick band.

Lets see... Retarded song structures, awful production, horrendous vocals, and monotonous drumming. Everything blends into each other and not in a good way. How many ridiculous Egyptian interludes do you need in a song?

This album has no redeeming qualities. This is garbage.




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