What Should Not Be Unearthed
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Nile are ready to unleash their new, eighth bone-crushing masterpiece to the masses now – 'What Should Not Be Unearthed!'
The band had only one goal for their new record: "The goal for the new record was sheer epic brutality," guitarist Karl Sanders jokes, but then he answers seriously: "Really though, the focus this time around is on brutal Heavy Metal riffing and songwriting; kind of like of an 'Annihilation Of The Wicked' approach but very streamlined to achieve maximum destructive impact. So we believe that we have a truly crushing disc to bring to metal fans. Although 'Unearthed' is still full of the kind of undeniable musicianship people have come to expect from us over the years, it's the songs themselves that will hit listeners over the head this time around."
Altogether, Karl Sanders says: "Sethu and Ithyphallic - while full of incredible musicianship and unique songwriting approaches - were not ever intended to be definitive Nile records. They were representative of where we were and how we felt as a band and as musicians at those points in our careers."
'Unearthed' is somewhat reactionary in that aspect; it's a record that we are confident NILE fans will love," the guitarist promises and closes: "In that respect, some of these tracks will be instant Nile classics and fan favorites: If someone can listen to tracks like 'Call To Destruction' or 'Evil To Cast Out Evil' and somehow NOT feel that intoxicating, empowering rush of metal adrenaline and feel compelled to raise the horns in metal, I would be genuinely shocked."
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|Music Genre Primary||Metal|
- 1. Call to Destruction
- 2. Negating The Abominable Coils Of Apep
- 3. Liber Stellae - Rubaeae
- 4. In The Name Of Amun
- 5. What Should Not Be Unearthed
- 6. Evil To Cast Out Evil
- 7. Age Of Famine
- 8. Ushabti Reanimator
- 9. Rape Of The Black Earth
- 10. To Walk Forth From Flames Unscathed
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