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Nile Premiere New Song & Lyric Video “Long Shadows Of Dread”

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Nile‘s new record has officially been entitled “Vile Nilotic Rites” and it will land in stores on November 01st through Nuclear Blast Records. A first advance track from it called “Long Shadows Of Dread” has premiered online streaming via YouTube below.

States guitarist/vocalist Karl Sanders:

“I am thankful the day has finally arrived that we can share with fans the first single from ‘Vile Nilotic Rites‘. It’s the opening track on the new disc, and a song we will be thoroughly enjoying playing live on our upcoming EU and USA tours. ‘Long Shadows‘ was chosen as the first song we want people to hear from this upcoming album as this crushing track should leave NO DOUBT in anyone’s mind concerning the uncompromising, brutal, destructive intent evident throughout the entirety of the ‘Vile Nilotic Rites‘ album. I would also like to thank our fans who have been patiently waiting while we worked tirelessly to make this record undeniably the best Nile record in many years.”

Adds drummer George Kollias:

“I’m super excited for the release of our new album and very happy our fans will finally get their first taste! It’s a special album for all of us since each member contributed on this a lot. I feel it represents the teamwork spirit Nile has right now and that shows on stage as well. I look forward to touring and playing these songs live for all the Nile fans!”

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