NILE: More Information Revealed About Career-Spanning CD/DVD Collection
Relapse will issue "Legacy of the Catacombs", a CD and DVD collection highlighting the career of NILE in North America next Tuesday, July 10 (July 16 internationally).
The "Legacy of the Catacombs" CD features 12 stand-out tracks from NILE's illustrious musical catalog — "Amongst The Catacombs of Nephren-Ka" (1998), "Black Seeds of Vengeance" (2000), "In Their Darkened Shrines" (2002), and "Annihilation of the Wicked" (2005). The DVD portion includes all of the band's studio videos and is packaged with the CD in deluxe digipak housing.
"Legacy of the Catacombs" track listing:
01. Cast Down Te Heretic
02. Sacrifice Unto Sebek
03. Lashed To The Slave Stick
04. Execration Text
06. Unas Slayer Of The Gods
07. Masturbating The War God
08. Chapter For Transforming Into A Snake
09. Black Seeds Of Vengeance
10. Howling Of The Jinn
11. Barra Edinazzu
12. Smashing The Antiu
For more information on "Legacy of the Catacombs", please access this release page.
NILE will see the release of its brand new studio album, "Ithyphallic", later this month through Nuclear Blast Records. The band is set tour extensively in support of the record, including spending the summer as part of Ozzfest 2007.
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