Nile opens up with a kick drum with an arpeggio ruff steadily building up underneath it. This builds up slowly before the main bassline comes in and what a beast it is, a full on almost electro style sound which will sound amazing on a big soundsystem.
The twisted sounds come from all angles before the track changes and goes into an almost trancey section with an uplifting key change which reminds me of Corporation of one The real life for some reason.
Its amazing how many different ideas Prydz packs into this track but they all come off well creating a surefire floorfiller.
On the flip Sucker DJ's is a much more techno influenced track with the same dirty sound but without the key changes and if your a fan if the current electro influences then you'll definitely be into this.
Overall this is a very strong release by Eric Prydz and one you should definitely track down.