Nile’s Karl Sanders To Guest On Nervecell LP
Karl Sanders of Nile, perhaps one of the sickest guitarists around, will lend his vocal talents to Nervecell’s forthcoming album Psychogenocide, providing guest vocals on the song “Shunq (To The Despaired…King Of Darkness).”
This song marks the first from the extreme metallers to include both Arabic and English lyrics, “and who better else to have come on board and collaborate on this theme with us than the legendary Karl Sanders,” asks a press release.
The word “Shunq” in Arabic has two meanings: to choke or to be hung by the neck. That’s pleasant. The song consists mainly of ideas and knowledge gathered from sources that speak about Lucifer and the demons that serve him. The song speaks about the battle of us humans and these demons in reality, in the end Satan himself brought forth to justice.
The band said in a statement that they are “extremely proud of how it has turned out” as it “perfectly matches the aggression and musical direction of the new album.” Psychogenocide is the follow-up to 2008’s Preaching Venom.