Nile (Band)

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Nile is (regrettably) an American Death Metal band from the Kennedy Krieger Institute for Adults with Down Syndrome in Greensville, South Carolina. Formed in 1993, their music is inspired by Ancient Egyptian mysticism, history, religion, art, lollipops, rainbows, and many other forms of homosexuality. Infamous for their heavy/grinding music that causes internal hemorrhaging of the brain and ear canals shortly after listening. Also famous for writing short songs with very long titles such as Papyrus Containing The Spell To Preserve Its Possessor Against Attacks From He Who Is In The Water.

Nile are sometimes referred to as "Nile, Slayer of Shitty Music Genres such as Pop or Rap".

Try harder.

Musical Influence[edit]

Are you serious? Musical Influence? Fine, I'll tell you about it. Although many have been told that Nile's lyrical content is centered mainly around ancient Egypt, this is not so. The lyrics Nile uses are to represent how much of an blob Karl is. Karl takes his inspiration from other sources, by which I mean he steals stories from H.P. Lovecraft and puts them in the form of a death metal song.


The following are the known works of Nile. Most of these works revolve around food, beer, and being locked up in a mental institute.

  • Amongst the Honeycombs of Captain Crunch (1998)
  • Black Crayons of Venezuela (2000)
  • In Their Porkened Grinds (2002)
  • Annihilation of the Wisenheimers (2005)
  • Legacy of the Honeycombs (2007)
  • Itchyphallus (2007)

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