Nemesis were one of the first rap crews from Texas to enjoy some popularity in the US and world-wide, thanks to their label, Profile Records, which was well-known for bringing out many popular east coast rap releases such as Run-DMC, Kurtis Blow, and LL Cool J. Nemesis included members The Snake, Big Al and M.C. Azim; stylistically, they were inspired by both Gangsta rap and Miami bass as well as (in terms of lyrics) spirtuality (greatly inspired by Islam).
"Nemesis" is a song on Cradle of Filth's 2004 album, Nymphetamine. The song lasts for 7 Minutes and 17 seconds, and has received much praise for its lyrics, complex-yet-catchy guitar riffs and solos, and traditional black metal blast beats.