Raiding the Pharaoh’s Tomb To Unearth Lost NILE Recordings!

September 15th, 2011
by EvilG

With four critically acclaimed albums, a few EPs and several world tours under their belt, Nile has raised the bar for extreme metal bands musically, lyrically and conceptually. Their withering live performances are nothing short of legendary.

Formed in 1993 by Karl Sanders (guitar/vocals), Chief Spires (bass/vocals), and Pete Hammoura (drums), Nile wasted little time combining their interest in Egyptian history, culture and lore with the ferocity of modern death metal. Using a symphonic approach to songwriting and arrangement, Nile unleashed an uncompromising attack that fused unique, technical death metal with organic Middle Eastern tones. Their unique lyrical approach was inspired by Sanders’ interpretation of ancient Egyptian inscriptions, temple carvings, papyri, hieroglyphics and tomb paintings depicting ancient battles, rituals and religious ceremonies. Each following year brought a new recording, which marked a large step forward in their musical evolution.

Recorded in 1994, Worship The Animal set the tone for what would become one

of extreme metal’s most popular bands.

La Chant du Cygre

Worship The Animal

Nepenthe

Surrounded By Fright

Mecca

This recently unearthed treasure that features the original line-up of Karl Sanders, Chief Spires  and Pete Hammoura will be available as a collector’s edition digipack on October 11th via Goomba Music. These previously unreleased recordings pre-date Nile’s ground-breaking

debut album, Amongst The Catacombs of Nephren- Ka.

“Nile are death metal’s Iron Maiden” - Metal Hammer

“Nile are certainly not your average gore-and-guts-obsessed death metallers, and they defy the genre’s musical trappings as well.” - Guitar World

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