Nile post new song
2012-06-20 by Voivod STAFF | 38 Comments
Nile have posted a new song, titled "The Inevitable Degradation of Flesh" and included in their upcoming album At the Gate of Sethu, due in June 29.

The song is streaming at the following location:

http://www.metalhammer.gr/magazine/headlines/3316-nile-qthe-inevitable-degradation-of-fleshq--.html
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MO
June 20th 2012
18696 Comments


his vox are really changing, production still sounds too thin

song is ok

KILL10
June 20th 2012
120 Comments


time to waltz

YUJOS
June 20th 2012
921 Comments


Ok song but I prefer better "The Fiends Who Come to Steal the Magick of the Deceased".

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KILL10
June 20th 2012
120 Comments


lol

MyWife
June 20th 2012
367 Comments


kill i dont hav access to the stream atm is the song a return to form

KILL10
June 20th 2012
120 Comments


the production is much cleaner and being able to hear the egyptian riffs clearer takes it to a new level, of confidence, and power

MO
June 20th 2012
18696 Comments


and bpms

Sound
June 20th 2012
3901 Comments


Not feeling the new one. The vocals have gradually changed over the last few albums, and to my disappointment on AtGoS, for the worse. This higher-pitched thrash- and hardcore-inspired screaming doesn't fit at all, even with Karl's low grunts. Production sounds like ass anyway. They had a good run (1998-2009).

KILL10
June 20th 2012
120 Comments


lmao

tomr4
June 20th 2012
192 Comments


agreed about the vocals. I didn't even think this was really nile at first.

musically it's all right but the vocals are just not doing it for me.

Da11thMytrillSphere
June 20th 2012
546 Comments


Is very good but compared to their old songs is really an overproduced. Far better than Ithyphallic

Makemebad35
June 20th 2012
752 Comments


Liked it better than the previous song they release.

TheNotrap
June 20th 2012
8073 Comments


Ok track

Digging: Lago - Tyranny

YouGotLucky
June 20th 2012
946 Comments


terrible

TrstN01
June 20th 2012
800 Comments


The only song by them I've listened all the way through.

NonApplicable
June 20th 2012
1958 Comments


"being able to hear the egyptian riffs clearer takes it to a new level, of confidence, and power"

(Background vocals) Such Power...

SteelErectedb4you8er
June 20th 2012
2616 Comments


I actually like the addition of the different vocals, and I believe that is the dude that used to sing and play bass with them 'til after In Their Darkened Shrines. I liked the first song featured a lot. I am going to have to check it out. I really liked the last record quite a bit.

zaruyache
June 20th 2012
6496 Comments


Production is flat, I guess, and makes me not want to listen to this anymore. It doesn't grab you, it's got no power, no death metal BOOM, nothing to pull you in. Never been big on this band, but this definitely didn't help.

Digging: Alpha Male Tea Party - Droids

D41V30N
June 20th 2012
949 Comments


Kollias is horny as ever.

What happened to the vocals?

CaptainDooRight
June 20th 2012
29149 Comments


2.5-3/5

Digging: Kangding Ray - Solens Arc

Cells
June 20th 2012
1875 Comments


Not even gonna bother

KILL
June 20th 2012
71795 Comments


lazy bones!

HitlerIsADeity
June 20th 2012
199 Comments


wow this sucks

chug73
June 20th 2012
1086 Comments


Could be worse.

zaruyache
June 20th 2012
6496 Comments


Could be worse.


Could be Ithyphallic

Imperial
June 20th 2012
1731 Comments


IDC I just want blast beats.

Anthracks
June 21st 2012
3744 Comments


I listen to this band for the riffs and they bring them on this song.

And everyone shut up about Ithyphallic that album has their best riffs by a large margin you're all falses

Digging: Perfume Genius - Too Bright

HitlerIsADeity
June 21st 2012
199 Comments


ithyphallic is a good album.

D41V30N
June 21st 2012
949 Comments


^ not as good as their others

FrozenVain
June 21st 2012
2432 Comments


Good

Wizard
June 21st 2012
19414 Comments


That was pretty bad.

Digging: Khonsu - Traveller

Anthracks
June 23rd 2012
3744 Comments


nile is one of the only death metal bands that does anything for me anymore

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
June 23rd 2012
18492 Comments


agreed the way they add intelligent scholastic value to metal (which is already a more intelligent form of music for more intelligent people) is just great

Digging: Objekt - Cactus / Porcupine

sixdegrees
June 23rd 2012
17120 Comments


the Inevitable Degredation of Karl's Voice. hurr durr

Digging: 10Minimal - Aluminum World

Anthracks
June 23rd 2012
3744 Comments


i really like the new album

KILL
June 23rd 2012
71795 Comments


u wd

Seanny
June 24th 2012
76 Comments


Didn't listen to the song but… the track title is so metul

HitlerIsADeity
June 25th 2012
199 Comments


listened to a few tracks and its sounding better than i thought it would. wish there were a few longer songs on here though.



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