NILE To Headline Bulgaria's MOST OF ALL EVIL Festival

South Carolina-based technical death metal band NILE will headline the the Most Of Evil Festival on September 7 at the Blue Box Hall in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The festival running order is as follows:

18:45 - AMON DIN
20:45 - GRAVE
22:00 - 23:30 - NILE

The gates open at 17:00.

HardcoreSounds.Net conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Karl Sanders of NILE at the eleventh annual edition of the Tuska open-air festival, which was held June 27-29 at the Kaisaniemi park in Helsinki, Finland. Watch the eight-minute chat below.

NILE's fifth studio album, "Ithyphallic", came out on July 17, 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records. Engineered by Bob Moore and produced by Neil Kernon (CANNIBAL CORPSE, NEVERMORE, DEICIDE), the CD was recorded at Sound Lab Studios in Columbia, South Carolina.


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