Karl Sanders of the mighty Nile is our guest this week, we caught up with him mid way through the Summer Slaughter Tour for our interview and he had quite a bit to say about the tour package, playing with old friends Cannibal Corpse and Krisiun and the young bands on the bill. We also chat about the transition from touring to home life, his experience and what kind of person he becomes while at home, his routines and training in martial arts, his favorite video game, and musically how Nile has transitions from one form to another, sometimes forcibly through external forces like a change in label and other times from internal forces within the band, his reactions to expectations from fans and we also get a few details about the recent flap they encountered in Russia with the singer of Belphegor.
We also talk about getting left behind in a band, Angus Young may be the last man standing in AC/DC and now it appears that Kerry King may be left on his own at some point in Slayer, when a band member does decide to hang it up, what happens to those who still have the strength to carry one? Should a band continue without members? Can they? If the band is all you have done for decades, what other choices does one have if not keeping the band together?
Nile - Evil To Cast Out Evil
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