Black Seeds of Vengeance

Label
relapse records
Release date
5 Sep 2000
Running length
12 tracks
Running time
42:42

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Invocation of the Gate of Aat-Ankh-Es-En-Amenti 0:45 31,836
2 Black Seeds of Vengeance 3:34 42,523
3 Defiling the Gates of Ishtar 3:37 31,527
4 The Black Flame 3:20 35,388
5 Libation Unto the Shades Who Lurk In the Shadows of the Temple of Anhur 1:32 23,795
6 Masturbating the War God 5:39 33,153
7 Multitude of Foes 2:09 30,190
8 Chapter For Transforming Into a Snake 2:25 27,100
9 Nas Akhu Khan She En Asbiu 4:15 25,674
10 To Dream of Ur 9:05 25,108
11 The Nameless City of the Accursed 2:50 21,171
12 Khetti Satha Shemsu 3:31 23,038

About this album

Black Seeds of Vengeance is the second album by American band Nile. The album was released on September 5, 2000 through Relapse Records. Black Seeds of Vengeance marks the first album in Nile’s discography to feature extensive liner notes in the booklet, written by Karl Sanders to explain the concept and themes behind each song. The band also began undertaking an even more complex musical direction from the last album. This is also the first Nile album to feature the vocal and guitar talents of Dallas Toler-Wade, who has performed on all subsequent Nile albums, as well as the first and only appearance of Derek Roddy on a Nile album.

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  • Jekku666

    Nile doesn't have a single weak album, but I think this is amongst their least amazing ones. Still a fucking killer record - Defiling the Gates of Ishtar, Masturbating the War God, Khetti Satha Shemsu, To Dream of Ur? Too fucking good

    1 Feb 9:11pm Reply
  • morthvargr

    The production is wonderful. Their last organic sounding album.

    21 Jul 2013 Reply
  • KoRnish-san

    This needs to be remastered because the production ruins an otherwise very good album.[3] What's wrong with it? It's to fucking muddy! It has much less power the Among the Catacombs of Nephren Ka. The songs are great, but it's really hard to decypher them, unless you have really good headphones, and have listened to it multiple times. Bad production don't raise the brutality.

    23 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Vernicaa

    Teoricamente nunca ouvi essas músicas porque o arquivo não consegue ter os nomes inteiros. hahaha

    28 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Lefiel

    meh...

    13 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Exorsexist

    teh best.

    29 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Colony666

    compare it to Amongs the Catacombs...

    19 Dec 2011 Reply
  • slow__riot

    It never occurred to me to be bothered by the production. What's wrong with it? [3]

    11 Nov 2011 Reply
  • Soundservant

    It never occurred to me to be bothered by the production. What's wrong with it? [2]

    29 Jun 2011 Reply
  • wave_patterns

    Stop crying about the production, to my ears it sounds awesome. You should listen to some black metal.

    21 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Steban14

    Derek Roddy's work here is just amazing.

    2 May 2011 Reply
  • Kriegertod

    This needs to be remastered because the production ruins an otherwise very good album. [2]

    9 Apr 2011 Reply
  • MUSICisLIFE631

    @somnambulance they should have this album playing at the mummy ride while in line at universal

    9 Nov 2010 Reply
  • somnambulance

    this album should be a ride at six flags.

    27 Oct 2010 Reply
  • DesolateTomb

    Vocals sound a lot like Incantation.

    18 Sep 2010 Reply
  • RColorado

    AMAZING, MASTERPIECE

    16 Aug 2010 Reply
  • DreadfulYgg

    This needs to be remastered because the production ruins an otherwise very good album.

    27 May 2010 Reply
  • wampa_borg

    their best IMOOOOOOOLOLLL

    27 Dec 2009 Reply
  • thebritishkid

    Hail Derk Roddy! \m/

    9 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Wonderglue

    Their Worst IMO,but still good.

    28 Nov 2009 Reply
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