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NILE Premieres New Lyric Video for 'Call To Destruction'

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The masters of historical-themed brutality, NILE, have released a lyric video for the brand new track entitled Call To Destruction. The song is taken from the band's new masterpiece What Should Not Be Unearthed which will be released on August, 28th via Nuclear Blast.

Mastermind Karl Sanders states: “Call to Destruction” should leave no doubt as to the explicit and extreme nature of the new Nile Album. These are some of our heaviest yet memorable tracks ever. The violence contained in every aspect of Call to Destruction is echoed , through many varieties and creative permutations of Heaviness and Brutality , throughout the entire “What Should not be Unearthed” disc.
The inspiration for the song itself comes from news reports in 2012 – when radical Clerics were calling for the destruction of Egypt’s Pyramids. Most of the lyrics to “Call to Destruction” are actual direct quotes from the words of Abd al-Latif al-Mahmoud – whose eloquence and quote-ability are clearly second-to-none. While this lyric video is filled with many images of Violence and destruction of Historical artifacts culled from common everyday newsreel imagery , its message is to communicate the insanity and futility of war as a tragic result of the clash of ideologies. This video’s sole purpose is to bring attention to the wanton destruction of Artifacts in the middle east. None of the members of Nile in any way endorse any political or religious agenda with this video ; Nile as students of Egyptian History are concerned about the preservation of the cultures of all peoples of our Greater Global Community”.


Nile - What Should Not Be Unearthed

Nile - What Should Not Be Unearthed

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

Entered: 7/27/2015 8:25:11 PM






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