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Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka

Nile

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 28th, 1998
Catalog ID:
RR 6983-2
Label:
Relapse Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 87%)
1. Smashing the Antiu 02:18   Show lyrics
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2. Barra Edinazzu 02:47   Show lyrics
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3. Kudurru Maqlu 01:06   instrumental
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4. Serpent Headed Mask 02:18   Show lyrics
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5. Ramses Bringer of War 04:46   Show lyrics
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6. Stones of Sorrow 04:17   Show lyrics
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7. Die Rache Krieg Lied der Assyriche 03:13   Show lyrics
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8. The Howling of the Jinn 02:35   Show lyrics
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9. Pestilence and Iniquity 01:54   Show lyrics
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10. Opening of the Mouth 03:40   Show lyrics
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11. Beneath Eternal Oceans of Sand 04:18   Show lyrics
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Band members
Karl Sanders Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards
Chief Spires Bass, Vocals
Pete Hammoura Drums, Vocals, Dumbecks
Guest/Session
Gyuto Drupka Vocals (choirs)
Penga Grande Vocals (additional) (on "Die Rache")
Mudflap Vocals (additional) (on "Die Rache")
Mahala Kapala Damaru human skull drums
Drilbu Dungkar Thigh bone flutes, Turkish gongs
Miscellaneous staff
Earl Sanders Producer
Matthew Jacobson Executive producer
Adam Peterson Artwork
Bob Moore Producer, Engineering
Bill Yurkiewicz Executive producer
Karl Sanders Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards
Chief Spires Bass, Vocals
Pete Hammoura Drums, Vocals, Dumbecks
Gyuto Drupka Vocals (choirs)
Penga Grande Vocals (additional) (on "Die Rache")
Mudflap Vocals (additional) (on "Die Rache")
Mahala Kapala Damaru human skull drums
Drilbu Dungkar Thigh bone flutes, Turkish gongs
Earl Sanders Producer
Matthew Jacobson Executive producer
Adam Peterson Artwork
Bob Moore Producer, Engineering
Bill Yurkiewicz Executive producer
Read No Gimmicks, Only Substance 93% GiantRex March 20th, 2013
Read Lame elitist thinks the... 91% Cheeses_Priced May 21st, 2009
Read Oh my god a good Nile... 82% Noktorn September 5th, 2008
Read A let down... 58% Cravinov13 May 3rd, 2007
Read Death metal with variety. 88% AlastairN June 28th, 2006
Read Impressive Debut! 83% caspian February 6th, 2006
Read For death metal this is... 90% mz_412 September 19th, 2005
Read Almost perfect 97% Vim_Fuego August 6th, 2004
Read listen up... 100% Penciledinice May 13th, 2004

Additional musicians and instrumentation:
Tibetan Monks led by the Khamtul Incarnation of Lobsang Kampa.

Orchestral intro of "Ramses Bringer of War" is strongly inspired by "Mars, Bringer of War" from "The Planets" (Op. 32), seven movement orchestral suite by the English composer Gustav Holst, written between 1914 and 1916.

Recording information:

Recorded at The Sound Lab, Columbia, SC.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 7 81676 69835 6
Barcode (Sticker): 9421024212155
Matrix Code (Variant 1): 39017AM-03 RLP-6983 013001-12
Matrix Code (Variant 2, Mirrored): L806 4500 69832 M91127-10 A @
Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2F47
Matrix Code (Variant 3, Mirrored): L804 4500 69832 K81020-04 A @
Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 2F48

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