NILE Frontman On New Album: 'Be Prepared To Be Crushed'

NILE guitarist/vocalist Karl Sanders has issued the following update on the recording sessions for the group's new album:

"We finished the guitar, bass vocal and additional instrument tracking at the Soundlab in Columbia, SC with [producer] Neil Kernon and Bob Moore. It was an utterly grueling session, with every single day of those 2 1/2 weeks being a 14-16 hour working frenzy. The next phase will be to start mixing on Friday at Rax Trax in Chicago. We have 10 days scheduled there with Neil Kernon mixing/producing.

"Based on what we have heard from the recordings so far, this is easily our strongest work yet. There are 10 songs as well as two reasonably short intro/instrumentals , with total album time weighing in at a pre-mix length of 65 minutes.

"We are seriously intense about these new songs, and can't wait for people to hear them. Be prepared to be crushed."

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