The video released by the militants on Sunday, shows a group of ten blindfolded men being forced on their knees where explosives were buried beneath the earth, The Daily Mail reported.
Victims executed by the ISIS were believed to be from Shinwari tribe were accused of aiding the Taliban in the Afghan province of Nangarhar, where ISIS was recently expelled.
Victims killed by ISIS were described as 'apostates' by the group.
All ten of the victims are blindfolded with a beige coloured scarf, with several of the victims appearing to be elderly in comparison to their young captors.
In the video ISIS militants were seen dragging the blindfolded victims where the bombs are buried.
The prisoners are led up to the hill and made to stand in a line.
Concealed in the ground beneath their knees, the deadly explosive charges lie in wait, having been carefully wired up by several ISIS militants.
Unknown to the blindfold prisoners, they are made to kneel on the freshly relaid mounts of earth, where the explosives are buried. Later the bombs were detonated by the militants.
ISIS have developed a brutal reputation for their unimaginable levels of cruelty and violence.