Tag: Nile

Last Rites Presents: Our Most Anticipated Albums Of 2019, Part 3

Welcome back for the last time! We know the almost uncanny quality of part 1 and part 2 of our discussions of our most anticipated 2019 albums left you agog, and that said agog state

A Devil’s Dozen – Nile

I, too, am a man who dreams. At this stage of my life my dreams are not anymore ideas waiting to be unfulfilled. That’s because I’ve finally become the man I imagine I am. It’s

We Slept, Nile Decided To Release A New Song For Easter About Sacrificing Humans

[Now that the day is over, file this one under: “Cruel LR April Fool’s Pranks.”] Yeah, that. During the hours most of us spent dreaming about what we might get in our Easter baskets—aka: jack

Zach Duvall’s Best of 2015: The Atomic Countdown

For myself, 2015 was not necessarily a year of adventurism within the heavy music realms. In fact, I spent a good amount of time this year catching up on other sides of rock that I

Last Rites’ Best Of 2015 – Combined Staff List

Hails and nails, fellow howlers at the moon. It’s time once again to gather about yon round table to celebrate/dispute the Kingdom of Heavy Metal’s top albums of the year. Having recently divulged our picks

Nile – What Should Not Be Unearthed Review

Originally written by K. Scott Ross. These days, when a band that’s been around since the early nineties puts out a new album and it’s full of sloppy playing and reused ideas topped off by

Nile – At The Gate Of Sethu Review

At The Gate Of Sethu is a puzzling, enjoyable, and ultimately troubling album. After six albums and more than a decade of basically ruling the death metal world, Nile shouldn’t need to do anything more than

Nile – Worship The Animal – 1994: The Lost Recordings Review

A trait I’ve noticed in lots of metal fans (including myself, admittedly) is our tendency to become obsessed and, as a result, turn into collectors of our favorite band’s “stuff” (alternate takes, live albums, demos,