Black Sessions are performances of live music broadcast on the French radio station France Inter. They are recorded in front of a live audience, and feature on the C'est Lenoir show.
Recorded for John Peel's Sunday show on 26.04.1970. The Rebel is an unreleased demo recording from 1969 . Walpurgis is a version of War Pigs with different lyrics.
This album confirms the talent of a leading blues songwriter. Sometimes the Truth is a milestone in the career of this San Antonio, Texas, singer/guitarist. Part of this set was recorded in the New York studio of Neal's good friend Popa Chubby (who makes noted vocal appearances on three tracks and plays guitar on five), while the rest was cut in Europe with a little help from noted Frenchies Nico "Wayne" Toussaint and Fred Chapellier.
Black Seeds of Vengeance is the second album by American technical death metal 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 as a session drummer only. He performs on all tracks except for "To Dream of Ur". Prior to recordings, Pete Hammoura left the band due to injuries sustained while touring.