Nile - Vile Nilotic Rites



8.1 | 91 votes |
Release date: 1 November 2019
Style: Brutal death metal, Technical death metal

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01. Long Shadows Of Dread
02. The Oxford Handbook Of Savage Genocidal Warfare
03. Vile Nilotic Rites
04. Seven Horns Of War
05. That Which Is Forbidden
06. Snake Pit Mating Frenzy
07. Revel In Their Suffering
08. Thus Sayeth The Parasites Of The Mind
09. Where Is The Wrathful Skies
10. The Imperishable Stars Are Sickened
11. We Are Cursed

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06.09.2019 - 17:40
Rating: 9
Hellcult
New single, sounds amazing, looking forward to this one!
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And I see the blade fall down upon the head of lord in heaven
And Darkness falls upon the end of history
While I drink the milk of the Black Goddess and cry over the mankind

Black Moses is my name...
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06.09.2019 - 19:59
Rating: 9
Opethian
Been waiting for this news for some time now! The artwork is stellar and the lyric video is on point
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09.10.2019 - 22:23
CWA
I miss the dense atmosphere that used to be in all the Nile albums. Lately they been pure brutal tech death instead of atmospheric brutal tech death. The Egyptian atmosphere is what made them so unique imo.
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19.10.2019 - 23:15
Apothecary
PsyCHEdelic
Written by CWA on 09.10.2019 at 22:23

I miss the dense atmosphere that used to be in all the Nile albums. Lately they been pure brutal tech death instead of atmospheric brutal tech death. The Egyptian atmosphere is what made them so unique imo.

Agreed 100%, the first four Nile albums are still the best

I'll probably be checking this out just out of sheer curiosity but after relatively average albums like At The Gate Of Sethu and the last one, can't say my expectations for it are that high.
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Life was a commercial for itself, endlessly replayed.
Nothing changed, it just spread out farther and farther in the form of neon ooze.
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20.10.2019 - 00:13
If I get something as half as good as TWTGD I'll be happy.
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20.10.2019 - 01:16
CWA
Written by Apothecary on 19.10.2019 at 23:15

Written by CWA on 09.10.2019 at 22:23

I miss the dense atmosphere that used to be in all the Nile albums. Lately they been pure brutal tech death instead of atmospheric brutal tech death. The Egyptian atmosphere is what made them so unique imo.

Agreed 100%, the first four Nile albums are still the best

I'll probably be checking this out just out of sheer curiosity but after relatively average albums like At The Gate Of Sethu and the last one, can't say my expectations for it are that high.

Hopefully they will have a least one song that harkens back back to golden age Nile. I thought " In The Name Of Amun" off of thier last album is one of their greatest songs ever. It's got it all in regards to both dense and horrific atmosphere and technical acumen. Unfortunately, the rest of album lacks the same quality of atmosphere.
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22.10.2019 - 16:10
gavdann
I've become less and less excited about every Nile release since they began. For me Catacombs is still their best and I know they're never going to recapture that.
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01.11.2019 - 18:44
Rating: 6
iMorphball
This "seems" like a good Nile album, but... Nothing sticks out to me. I'll give it a few more spins. The riffs are there. The atmosphere is there. The chug chug of the riffs is there. But I dunno... Maybe I've just lost the appeal. That being said, Annihilation of the Wicked still slaps even after all these years.
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04.11.2019 - 06:31
Rating: 8
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
Written by gavdann on 22.10.2019 at 16:10

I've become less and less excited about every Nile release since they began. For me Catacombs is still their best and I know they're never going to recapture that.

They probably don't want to recapture it
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04.11.2019 - 17:27
Rating: 9
Marchosias
Although i agree with the many times repeated premise of the initial 4 releases of the band being their best work and latest releases shedding their skins of Brutal Death Metal and turning the band into more of a Tech Death band, i think they're pulling it off perfectly in their own unique way.

I enjoy their take on Technical Death Metal although i do not agree with the Egyptian Mythology sound disappearing, i can agree that they are scarcer in the recent offerings.

If i want to have the murky feeling of Catacombs or In their Darkened Shrines i can listen to them. It does not take away from the joy i get from listening their new releases.
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A mediocre metalhead.
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07.11.2019 - 19:04
Rating: 6
Theodore V
I got a headache trying to follow the "melody" on this one. Feels disjointed most of the time. I also miss the Nile atmosphere.
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