In Nuclear Blast's first-ever contest of its kind, die-hard NILE fans will be granted the opportunity to secretly stream the group's entire new album, "Ithyphallic", on July 9 (eight days before street date) by correctly decoding a message written in Egyptian hieroglyphics.
To enter, visit www.nuclearblastusa.com/nilecompetition.
An exclusive NILE Internet-only single — an appetizer for the group's upcoming album, "Ithyphallic" — was released on June 22 via Nuclear Blast Records. It contains the following tracks:
01. Papyrus Containing The Spell To Preserve Its Possessor…
02. Laying Fire Upon Apep (rehearsal)
03. Drum Session (video)
To get this rare item, click here.
An e-card for "Ithyphallic" can be accessed at this location. Due in the U.S. on July 17 via Nuclear Blast Records (July 23 in most of Europe), the CD was recorded at Sound Lab Studios in Columbia, South Carolina with producer Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DEICIDE) and engineer Bob Moore.
The track "Papyrus Containing The Spell To Preserve Its Possessor Against Attacks From He Who Is In The Water" is available for streaming at Ozzfest.com.
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