NILE has 10 songs written for their upcoming studio album
Karl Sanderthe driving force behind South Carolina’s Egyptian death metal titans NILE, confirmed that he and his bandmates are working on a new album. “So far we’ve written 10 songs,” he said. Greg Prato of guitar world. “We’ll probably do three more and hopefully start recording by the end of the summer. Then we have a European tour coming up in November/December, and after that we have to finish the record and I hope to release it early next year.”
Earlier this month, NILE announced the departure of bassist/vocalist Brad Paris. July 1, NILE said in a statement: “Brad was an exemplary member of the group NILE since 2015, behaving at all times with professionalism and integrity. He separates on the absolute best terms to focus on other family projects and concerns. Our friendship and brotherhood remain stronger than ever, and we wish him the best as he continues his musical journey through life.
“NILETouring and recording commitments remain in effect. It’s natural for a band that’s been going strong for over 25 years to have changes and we promise our fans to stay as loyal and brutal as ever!
“At the moment we have a few strong candidates for bass/vocals, but anyone interested in an audition should email [email protected]”
NILE guitarist/singer Brian Kingland missed the band’s recent US tour in order to spend time with his newborn son. replacing it was Scott Eames (YOUR ANTICHRIST, NEVALRA).
Hailing from Greenville, SC, international death metal legends NILE have become one of the most revered names in the global heavy metal scene today, combining traditional and extreme technical death metal styles with their signature blend of ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern soundscapes and mysticism. historical.
NILEthe ninth studio album by, “Infamous Nilotic Rites”was released in November 2019 via Nuclear explosion. The disc was recorded and produced by Karl Sander at Snakehead Studios in Greenville, South Carolina, with the exception of the battery which was recorded at Esoteron Music Studios in Athens, Greece with engineering managed by Jim Touras and George Dovolos. The album was mixed and mastered by Mark Lewis at M.R.L. Studios. For the album cover, the band returned to the artist Michal “Xaay” Loranc who had worked with the band for over 10 years.
last september, NILE announced that it has signed a global contract with Napalm discs.
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