NILE Complete New Album, Announce US Headlining Tour

Critically-acclaimed death metal powerhouse NILE have completed their forthcoming record, entitled In Their Darkened Shrines.

In Their Darkened Shrines was recorded in South Carolina's Soundlab Studios, with production from the band's Karl Sanders and long-time NILE producer Bob Moore. The final track listing is as follows:

01. The Blessed Dead
02. Execration Text
03. Sarcophagus
04. Kheftiu Asar Butchiu
05. Unas Slayer of the Gods
06. Churning the Maelstrom
07. I Whisper in the Ear of the Dead
08. Wind of Horus
09. In Their Darkened Shrines
I. Hall of Saurian Entombment
II. Invocation to Seditious Heresy
III. Destruction of the Temple of the Enemies of Ra
IV. Ruins

NILE's In Their Darkened Shrines will be released by Relapse Records in North America on August 20th and in Europe on September 2nd.

Additionally, NILE has announced a US headlining tour, their first in support of In Their Darkened Shrines. The tour will be presented by Revolver magazine and will commence on July 6th, in Atlanta, GA, running through mid-August. Support on the tour will be provided by ARCH ENEMY, HATE ETERNAL and ORIGIN.

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