Nader Sadek unveil new song

2020-10-21 by Fernando Alves STAFF | 3 Comments
Egyptian-American artist, director, and death metal musician Nader Sadek released the official video for 'The Serapeum: Polluted Waters'. The song (which features vocals recorded inside the pyramid of Snefru in Dahshur, Egypt) comes by way of the Sadek's The Serapeum EP, set for release November 20th. Mixed and mastered by engineers Mahmud Gecekusu, Mendel Bij De Leij, and Ahdy Khairat.

The Serapeum features principal members Karl Sanders (Nile), Derek Roddy (Serpents Rise), and Mahumud Gecekusu (Perversion), who visited Egypt in 2017 at the invitation of Sadek and

'The Serapeum: Polluted Waters' official video can be streamed below.

Sadek comments: "Every time I think about this project, I literally have to pinch myself. Layers and layers of seeming impossibilities and events only dared conjured by dreams, have manifested themselves into physical reality. Bringing Karl and Derek to Egypt for this project, not to mention Dominic, Shaun [LaCanne of Putride Pile], Ben [Clause of Gorod], Morean [Dark Fortress, Alkaloid], [engineer] Mendel [Bij De Leij], having been brought here via the live shows in Egypt I organized, and of course uniting with my brothers and sister Mahmud, Ahdy [Khairat], Alex, and Nancy, is a miracle in itself. I also managed to sneak audio equipment into the pyramid of Snefru, one of the greatest and first pyramids, and recorded my vocals for an entire song for the very first time there, due to its intentional sound frequency manipulating properties. Drawing inspiration from The Serapeum, whose realization is a far greater mystery than the building of the pyramids, was a testament to the fact that nothing is impossible. Things had a very strange way of aligning themselves.

"I'm really happy to see the release of The Serapeum," notes Karl Sanders. "Nader is an incredible unique visionary multimedia artist and I'm honored and thankful to have had the chance to participate in a project with him. I had such a blast working with Nader, Derek, and Mahmud -- making music with these killer guys was so easy and fun it was like being on vacation. This project was especially memorable for me, as it was my first ever trip to Egypt. It's something I had been yearning to do for a lifetime - to experience firsthand the Epic Grandeur of The Ancients."


1. The Serapeum: Black Osiris
2. ReSarcophogus
3. The Serapeum: Polluted Waters
4. The Serapeum (Live)

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October 21st 2020

Vocals recorded inside Pyramid of Snefru, Dahshur - Egypt.
That's cool.

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October 21st 2020

It doesn’t exactly help the video that the instrumental action on screen is totally out of sync with the audio playing. Music’s decent enough though.

October 22nd 2020

the guitar tone is really bad and the vox are really garbled wth

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