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Release date: 29 June 2012
Style: Brutal death metal, Technical death metal

Rating:

7.5 | 276 votes

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01. Enduring The Eternal Molestation Of Flame
02. The Fiends Who Come To Steal The Magick Of The Deceased
03. The Inevitable Degradation Of Flesh
04. When My Wrath Is Done
05. Slaves Of Xul
06. The Gods Who Light Up The Sky At The Gate Of Sethu
07. Natural Liberation Of Fear Through The Ritual Deception Of Death
08. Ethno-Musicological Cannibalisms
09. Tribunal Of The Dead
10. Supreme Humanism Of Megalomania
11. The Chaining Of The Iniquitous
12. Enduring The Eternal Molestation Of Flame [instrumental version] [bonus]
13. The Inevitable Degradation Of Flesh [instrumental version] [bonus]

Review
Lyrics (11)


Line-up
Karl Sanders - guitars, bass, vocals
Dallas Toler-Wade - guitars, bass, vocals
George Kollias - drums
Chris Lollis - bass, vocals

Session musicians
Todd Ellis - bass, vocals

Guest musicians
Jon Vesano - additional vocals

Staff review by
Baz Anderson

Rating:
8.5
Nile have been going for a long time, and are one of the few death metal bands that have been so consistently brilliant with each release for this long. Each album in the catalogue has been subtly different, and number seven At The Gate Of Sethu is no different.

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published 29.06.2012 | Comments (52)

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Slayfex - 18.02.2013 at 01:46  
Rating: 9 Yes! Just yes! Awesome work!
nille - 06.03.2013 at 23:03  
  There is a good album ....
Composers and musicians were always very good at . . .
Deadmeat - 19.03.2013 at 10:33  
Rating: 6 Probably the worst vocals i've heard in many years among with Mameli's on the latest Pestilence album. (of course, i mean that they are awfull in comparison with the amazing vocal work these 2 bands used to have on their previous albums)
Mary N. - 12.09.2014 at 13:29  
Rating: 7 The Nile talk in pub thread made me to listen to this record again, I enjoyed it funnily !
Ilham - 12.09.2014 at 14:22  
Rating: 5 Same, thanks Joe for reminding me about this.

Unfortunately, I have to agree with you. The whole thing sounds paper thin. Some songs are aimless and sound almost unfinished. The riffs are weak and unoriginal. It's not even technically interesting. Where is that groove and that atmosphere? Even the interludes sound like they're put there because they felt compelled to. The instrumental bonus tracks are actually much more satisfying in terms of production. They sound fuller than the rest of the album, and they're not ruined by the inconsistent and too prominent vocals.

I am extremely disappointed and thankful I didn't listen to this earlier. This album is a pale imitation of what they were before.

*Cleanses her ears with a round of Lashed To The Slave Stick and Cast Down The Heretic*
!J.O.O.E.! - 12.09.2014 at 15:25  
Rating: 4 Good choice of detox songs. My fave Nile tracks.
Mary N. - 12.09.2014 at 15:32  
Rating: 7 haha I must brush up my taste
!J.O.O.E.! - 12.09.2014 at 15:39  
Rating: 4
Written by Mary N. on 12.09.2014 at 15:32

haha I must brush up my taste

You can brush up against me instead

That's enough creepy talk from me today.
Ilham - 12.09.2014 at 15:40  
Rating: 5 Hey, good for you if you like it. I'd have loved to love it. I was a huge fan of Nile, and it's not pleasant to be this disappointed.
Troy Killjoy - 12.09.2014 at 16:03  
  Hmm, I remember liking this enough to buy it when I saw it in the local record store. Wasn't exactly blown away by it but I don't think it's a significant departure from their back catalog.
Zaphod - 12.09.2014 at 17:54  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 12.09.2014 at 16:03

I don't think it's a significant departure from their back catalog.

It sounded to me like a watered down version of their back catalog. It's not terrible, but from what I remember it just made me wanna listen to their better albums.
Rulatore - 14.09.2014 at 19:43  
Rating: 8 I'm confused. I liked the vocals here (even the guest one, like in "The Fiends Who Come To Steal The Magick Of The Deceased") and the Pestilence's new one (Actually, it is the only thing that I liked from that album).

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