I don’t know why, but Nile is releasing its new album with different art in America and in Europe.
I used to think the album art for the American version of the release was the coolest. Even masturbation worthy. Then, I saw the album cover featured in this post…which is what European fans will be seeing when they hit their local record store next month to pick up the new Nile.
Fuck me, man. I want one of my fans to grab me a copy with this art in Europe, and send it to me. I will send you a Gun Shy Assassin tee in return. No bullshit.
That album cover is most phat. I like it way better than the American album cover’s art.
Nile’s upcoming album At The Gate Of Sethu will boast a lucky 13 tracks, including “Enduring The Eternal Molestation Of Flame,” “The Fiends Who Come To Steal The Magick Of The Deceased,” “The Inevitable Degradation Of Flesh,” “When My Wrath Is Done,” “Slaves Of Xul,” “The Gods Who Light Up The Sky At The Gate Of Sethu,” “Natural Liberation Of Fear Through The Ritual Deception Of Death,” “Ethno-Musicological Cannibalisms,” “Tribunal Of The Dead,” “Supreme Humanism Of Megalomania,” “The Chaining Of The Iniquitous,” “Enduring The Eternal Molestation Of Flame,” and “The Inevitable Degradation Of Flesh.”
Nile’s new album drops through Nuclear Blast on July 3 in North America and June 29 in Europe.
I have heard it. I am still trying to figure out if I like it, whereas all previous Nile discs, I like straight from the gate.
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