NILE Announces 2016 U.S. Tour

August 3, 2015

The reigning kings of technical, historically themed brutality NILE have announced a momentous 31-date trek across North America in 2016. The tour launches in Tampa, Florida on January 8, hits New York, West Hollywood, Pittsburgh, and wraps up at a very special hometown show in Greensville, South Carolina on February 12.

NILE mastermind Karl Sanders commented: "We are extremely happy to bring our new album, 'What Should Not Be Unearthed', to NILE fans in the states. We will, of course, be playing a wide variety of classic NILE tunes as well each night as we take this tour to U.S. cities both familiar and new to us.

"As longtime supporters of the metal underground, NILE is also happy to announce that this tour will be further blessed by having local metal bands in each city as support acts. Also noteworthy and of special meaning to the band, is the homecoming show at the close of the tour; it has been ten years since we have played in our own hometown.

"Join us for an extreme evening of brutal metal!"

Advanced tickets for the confirmed tour dates are now on sale exclusively at

Tickets will go on sale August 22 at all other ticket outlets.

Confirmed dates for the NILE 2016 tour are:

Jan. 08 - Orpheum - Tampa, FL
Jan. 09 - The Haven - Orlando, FL
Jan. 10 - The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
Jan. 12 - Expo Five - Louisville, KY
Jan. 13 - Soundstage - Baltimore, MD
Jan. 14 - The Gramercy Theatre - New York, NY
Jan. 15 - Trickshots - Clifton Park, NY
Jan. 16 - The Palladium - Worcester, MA
Jan. 17 - Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY
Jan. 19 - Altar Bar - Pittsburgh, PA
Jan. 20 - Agora Ballroom - Cleveland, OH
Jan. 21 - Token Lounge - Westland, MI
Jan. 22 - Rave - Milwaukee, WI
Jan. 23 - The Tree - Joliet, IL
Jan. 24 - Triple Rock Social Club - Minneapolis, MN
Jan. 25 - Fubar - St. Louis, MO
Jan. 26 - Granada - Lawrence, KS
Jan. 27 - Bluebird Theater - Denver, CO
Jan. 29 - The Eclypse - Garden City, ID
Jan. 30 - El Corazon - Seattle. WA
Jan. 31 - Hawthorne Theater - Portland, OR
Feb. 01 – Slim's - San Francisco, CA
Feb. 02 - Whiskey A Go Go - West Hollywood, CA
Feb. 03 - The Grove - Anaheim, CA
Feb. 04 - Club Red - Tempe, AZ
Feb. 05 - LVCS - Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 06 - Tricky Falls - El Paso, TX
Feb. 08 - Trees - Dallas, TX
Feb. 09 - Red 7 - Austin, TX
Feb. 10 - Scout Bar - Houston, TX
Feb. 12 - Gottrocks - Greensville, SC

NILE's new album, "What Should Not Be Unearthed", will be released on August 28 via Nuclear Blast. Produced by NILE and mixed by Neil Kernon, the CD's artwork was handled this time by Michal "Xaay" Loranc. Pre-order your copy on iTunes and get "Call To Destruction" now instantly without having to pay extra for this track.


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