This name refers to at least two bands: (1) The original Black Mirrors were a Nigerian rock band in the 1970s. Their recordings are featured in anthologies of Nigerian music from that era, and their song "The World Ends" inspired the title of the acclaimed Soundway anthology, "The World Ends: Afro Rock & Psychedelia in 1970s Nigeria."
Musical project of several members Devil sold his soul Band members:
Tommy Renshaw - vocals, guitar, piano, synth, glockenspiel
Ed Gibbs - guitar, vocals
Iain Trotter - bass, vocals, percussion
Leks Wood - drums
Nigerian band that released one album in 1976 (re-issued in 2012). Z. Joseph Bolandi - Lead vocal, organ, piano, Moog strings
Ndovmbe Jylvand - Trumpet
Paul Monnu - Drums
Njoubi Basile - Bass guitar
Ntaillou Idrissou - Rhythm guitar
Evgene Ndema - Lead guitar
Formed in 1977 in Lagos, Nigeria. Lead by South African guitarist Themba Matabese, along with Tunde Williams, Lekan Animashaun and Igo Chiko (the three formerly playing with Africa 70 at one period) making up the brass section. Kenneth Okulolo (of Mono Mono) played bass, and Mike Collins on drums.