NILE: 'Sacrifice Unto Sebek' Video Stills Available

NILE have completed work on the first music video from their acclaimed new album, "Annihilation of the Wicked".

The video, for the song "Sacrifice Unto Sebek", was shot on location in Atlanta, GA by director Chad Rullman (MASTODON's "March of the Fire Ants", THE AGONY SCENE) for Supercollider Films and features NILE performing inside an eerie Egyptian burial chamber, replete with actual design motifs of ancient Egyptian culture. The video is expected to make its world premiere imminently. Exclusive stills from the video shoot have just been made available and can be viewed at this location.

NILE's "Annihilation of the Wicked" album has met to outstanding fan and critical acclaim in the weeks since its release. The band is confirmed to make a special appearance amongst the headlining acts of the 2005 Hellfest, set to take place August 19-21 in Trenton, NJ. NILE will perform on Friday, August 19.


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