SB 8.10.19-24

tasyāsan sarvato yānair
 yūthānāṁ patayo ’surāḥ
namuciḥ śambaro bāṇo
 vipracittir ayomukhaḥ
dvimūrdhā kālanābho ’tha
 prahetir hetir ilvalaḥ
śakunir bhūtasantāpo
 vajradaṁṣṭro virocanaḥ
hayagrīvaḥ śaṅkuśirāḥ
 kapilo meghadundubhiḥ
tārakaś cakradṛk śumbho
 niśumbho jambha utkalaḥ
ariṣṭo ’riṣṭanemiś ca
 mayaś ca tripurādhipaḥ
anye pauloma-kāleyā
 nivātakavacādayaḥ
alabdha-bhāgāḥ somasya
 kevalaṁ kleśa-bhāginaḥ
sarva ete raṇa-mukhe
 bahuśo nirjitāmarāḥ
siṁha-nādān vimuñcantaḥ
 śaṅkhān dadhmur mahā-ravān
dṛṣṭvā sapatnān utsiktān
 balabhit kupito bhṛśam
Synonyms: 
tasya — of him (Mahārāja Bali); āsan — situated; sarvataḥ — all around; yānaiḥ — by different vehicles; yūthānām — of the soldiers; patayaḥ — the commanders; asurāḥ — demons; namuciḥ — Namuci; śambaraḥ — Śambara; bāṇaḥ — Bāṇa; vipracittiḥ — Vipracitti; ayomukhaḥ — Ayomukha; dvimūrdhā — Dvimūrdhā; kālanābhaḥ — Kālanābha; atha — also; prahetiḥ — Praheti; hetiḥ — Heti; ilvalaḥ — Ilvala; śakuniḥ — Śakuni; bhūtasantāpaḥ — Bhūtasantāpa; vajradaṁṣṭraḥ — Vajradaṁṣṭra; virocanaḥ — Virocana; hayagrīvaḥ — Hayagrīva; śaṅkuśirāḥ — Śaṅkuśirā; kapilaḥ — Kapila; meghadundubhiḥ — Meghadundubhi; tārakaḥ — Tāraka; cakradṛk — Cakradṛk; śumbhaḥ — Śumbha; niśumbhaḥ — Niśumbha; jambhaḥ — Jambha; utkalaḥ — Utkala; ariṣṭaḥ — Ariṣṭa; ariṣṭanemiḥ — Ariṣṭanemi; ca — and; mayaḥ ca — and Maya; tripurādhipaḥ — Tripurādhipa; anye — others; pauloma-kāleyāḥ — the sons of Puloma and the Kāleyas; nivātakavaca-ādayaḥ — Nivātakavaca and other demons; alabdha-bhāgāḥ — all unable to take a share; somasya — of the nectar; kevalam — merely; kleśa-bhāginaḥ — the demons took a share of the labor; sarve — all of them; ete — the demons; raṇa-mukhe — in the front of the battle; bahuśaḥ — by excessive strength; nirjita-amarāḥ — being very troublesome to the demigods; siṁha-nādān — vibrations like those of lions; vimuñcantaḥ — uttering; śaṅkhān — conchshells; dadhmuḥ — blew; mahā-ravān — making a tumultuous sound; dṛṣṭvā — after seeing; sapatnān — their rivals; utsiktān — ferocious; balabhit — (Lord Indra) being afraid of the strength; kupitaḥ — having become angry; bhṛśam — extremely.
Translation: 
Surrounding Mahārāja Bali on all sides were the commanders and captains of the demons, sitting on their respective chariots. Among them were the following demons: Namuci, Śambara, Bāṇa, Vipracitti, Ayomukha, Dvimūrdhā, Kālanābha, Praheti, Heti, Ilvala, Śakuni, Bhūtasantāpa, Vajradaṁṣṭra, Virocana, Hayagrīva, Śaṅkuśirā, Kapila, Meghadundubhi, Tāraka, Cakradṛk, Śumbha, Niśumbha, Jambha, Utkala, Ariṣṭa, Ariṣṭanemi, Tripurādhipa, Maya, the sons of Puloma, the Kāleyas and Nivātakavaca. All of these demons had been deprived of their share of the nectar and had shared merely in the labor of churning the ocean. Now, they fought against the demigods, and to encourage their armies, they made a tumultuous sound like the roaring of lions and blew loudly on conchshells. Balabhit, Lord Indra, upon seeing this situation of his ferocious rivals, became extremely angry.