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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Oriental Black Metal from Saudi Arabia. The name Al-Namrood (the non-believer; النمرود in Arabic script; also sometimes written in Latin text as AlNamrood) is derived from an ancient historical autocratic character (usually transliterated to English as Nimrod, or נִמְרוֹדֿ‬ in the original Hebrew) who once ruled the world with an overpowerful evil, slayed and ruled with despotic evil.

While they don't have an official Bandcamp site, most of their music can be streamed and purchased from that of their label, Toronto-based Shaytan Productions. Due to Saudi Arabia's repressive laws against blasphemy, which in many cases carry capital sentences, the band members are known only by pseudonyms.

Current line-up:
Mephisto - Guitars, Bass, Percussion (2008-)
Ostron - Keyboards, Percussion (2008-)
Humbaba - Vocals (2013-)

Former members:
Darius - Drums, Percussion (2008-2009)
Mukadars - Vocals, Lyrics (2008-2009)
Mudamer - Vocals (2011-2012)
Learza - Vocals (2012)

2008 – Atba'a Al-Namrood (أتباع النمرود) (EP)
2008 – Narcotized (split with Ayyur and Dhul-Qarnayn)
2009 – Astfhl al Tha'r (استفحل الثأر) (LP)
2010 – Estorat Taghoot (LP)
2012 – Kitab al-Awthan (LP)
2013 - Jaish AlNamrood (EP)
2014 – Heen Yadhar al Ghasq (حين يظهر الغسق) (LP)
2015 – Ana al Tughian (EP)
2015 – Diaji al Joor (LP)
2016 - Akyr Zaman / Tajer al Punqia (split with Darkestrah)
2017 - Enkar (LP)
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