SOULFLY And NILE To Join Forces For 'From The Amazon To The Nile' U.S. Co-Headlining Tour

November 15, 2017

Metal icons SOULFLY and Egyptian-themed technical death metal champions NILE have announced the 2018 "From The Amazon To The Nile" co-headlining U.S. tour. The 35-date trek kicks off at Diamond Pub and Billiards in Louisville, Kentucky on April 26 and will make stops in Atlanta, Cleveland, and West Hollywood before ending on May 24 in Houston, Texas.

SOULFLY guitarist/vocalist Max Cavalera states: "'From The Amazon To The Nile', it's gonna rage!"

"We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring NILE fans in the States a last round of touring supporting the 'What Should Not be Unearthed' album," comments NILE founding member Karl Sanders. "Teaming up with SOULFLY is going to make for a killer package sure to please metal fans.

"2018 coincidentally also happens to mark the 20th anniversary of the 'Amongst The Catacombs Of Nephren-Ka' release, so we are likely going to playing some not-heard-in-years material from that classic recording as well as fan favorites from our entire catalog, and, of course, tracks from our latest release, 'What Should Not be Unearthed'. Metal will take place!"

Tickets for the tour are now on sale at All other outlets will have the tickets available for purchase on Friday, November 17 at 10 a.m. local time.

Confirmed dates for the 2018 "From The Amazon To The Nile" U.S. tour are:

Apr. 17 - Diamond Pub and Billiards - Louisville, KY
Apr. 18 - Rams Head Live - Baltimore, MD
Apr. 19 - The Gramercy Theatre - New York, NY
Apr. 21 - The Chance- Poughkeepsie, NY
Apr. 22 - Underground Arts - Philadelphia, PA
Apr. 24 - The Firmament - Greenville, SC
Apr. 25 - Orpheum - Tampa, FL
Apr. 26 - Kelsey Theater -West Palm Beach, FL
Apr. 27 - The Masquerade -Atlanta, GA
Apr. 28 - The International - Knoxville, TN
Apr. 29 - The Muse - Wilmington, NC
May 01 - Diesel Nightclub - Pittsburgh, PA
May 02 - Montage Music Hall - Rochester, NY
May 03 - Token Lounge - Westland, MI
May 04 - Agora Ballroom - Cleveland, OH
May 05 - Oddbody's - Dayton - OH
May 06 - The Forge - Joliet, IL
May 07 - Turner Hall - Milwaukee, WI
May 08 - The Cabooze - Minneapolis, MN
May 09 - Riot Room - Kansas City, MO
May 10 - Hermans Hideaway - Denver CO
May 11 - Metro Music Hall - Salt Lake City, UT
May 12 - Diamondz Event Center - Jerome, ID
May 13 - Studio Seven - Seattle, WA
May 14 - Hawthorne Theatre - Portland. OR
May 16 - The UC Theatre - Berkeley, CA
May 17 - Whiskey a Go Go - West Hollywood, CA
May 18 - City National Grove - Anaheim, CA
May 19 - Marquee Theatre - Tempe, AZ
May 20 - El Rey Theater - Albuquerque, NM
May 22 - Trees - Dallas, TX
May 23 - Rock Box - San Antonio, TX
May 24 - White Oak Music Hall - Houston, TX

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