Nuclear Blast have announced the signing of Nile.

Mainman Karl Sanders comments on the deal: "Nile is pleased to announce the recent signing of its new record deal with Nuclear Blast. We are excited about the possibilities and potential of this new partnership with the wonderful people at Nuclear Blast. We are most certainly eagerly looking forward to working on the next Nile album and to fearlessly continue bringing Nile's unique brand of Ithyphallic Brutal Death Metal to our fans.

We also would like to thank Matt and Gordon and all the team at Relapse for many years of happiness working with them, we count them as our friends and comrades still and wish them all the best."

A new album from Nile is expected in 2007.


Source: nuclearblast.de
Band profile: Nile
 
Posted: 26.05.2006 by Thryce



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Kärl - 26.05.2006 at 18:27  
YEAH!!!
Revenant - 27.05.2006 at 18:30  
Hah it was Blast or Roadrunner, and we all known which one is good
Daru Jericho - 27.05.2006 at 18:46  
Good stuff! I look forward to the new album.
Stigmatized - 27.05.2006 at 22:04  
Unexpected, but I am looking forward to the new album...but why do we have to wait so long? I want it now!
__Az__ - 27.05.2006 at 22:48  
Nice... Glad to see Blast have signed another amazing Death band...
ThunderAxe1989 - 28.05.2006 at 01:43  
Nuclear Blast aren't really bad you know.
Muskot - 28.05.2006 at 22:17  
Hm... I wonder what this will do to the sound of their new album. But I don't doubt they will remain amongst the best death metal bands in this world.

But I wouldn't complain if they chose to speed up the arrival of their next crushing piece of plastic.
Lucas - 25.06.2006 at 19:44  
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Ok, I remember what I want to say. I love Nile. Am gonna buy the new one. Awesome stuff.
=maD.Doc:. - 27.02.2007 at 20:20  
Written by Guest on 28.05.2006 at 22:17

Hm... I wonder what this will do to the sound of their new album. But I don't doubt they will remain amongst the best death metal bands in this world.

But I wouldn't complain if they chose to speed up the arrival of their next crushing piece of plastic.

Hmm. Very little chance that they change sound just because of a new Record Label You don't have to worry that they will change sound ^^
Muskot - 27.02.2007 at 23:15  
Well, you never know, right? ; )

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