They risk stoning in their homeland, so you’d best believe these boys mean it!
“The press can look patronisingly at BM bands in places like the Middle East as being exotic or even funny, when, in some respects, they should be seen as the true heirs to the Scandinavians of two decades ago.”
Those are the words The Guardian wrote one year ago, when they first discovered Al-Namrood, a three piece from Saudi Arabia which, no matter the dangers of their activity (if they are ever discovered they risk execution by stoning or beheading for apostasy), continue to work clandestinely on what they believe!
Now, in 2015, Al-Namrood are back with a new offering entitled “Diaji Al Joor”, showing once more that they’re in tune with the genuine spirit of black metal!
You can read the article published by The Guardian here: http://www.theguardian.com/music/musicblog/2014/apr/16/the-playlist-middle-eastern-and-north-african-music
2. Zamjara Alat
3. Hawas Wa Thuar
6. Ya Le Taasatekum
7. Hayat Al Khezea
8. Ana Al Tughian
9. Alqab Ala Hajar
Running Time: 40 minutes