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Evile - Discography (2004-2013)
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Evile - Discography (2004-2013)

--- Country of Origin: United Kingdom ---
--- Active Years:
 1999-2004 (as Metal Militia), 2004-present  ---
--- Record Label:
 Earache Records ---
--- Genres:
 Thrash Metal, Heavy Metal ---
--- Similar Artists:
 Warbringer, Gama Bomb, Havok, Bonded By Blood, Savage Messiah, Lazarus A.D. ---
--- Lyrical Themes:
 Death, War, Murder ---

Evile are an English thrash metal band from Huddersfield, formed in 2004. The band's debut album, Enter the
Grave, was produced by Flemming Rasmussen at Sweet Silence Studios in
Copenhagen, Denmark and was released worldwide in 2007 by Earache
Records to critical acclaim by fans and critics alike. The band's first
reviews included a hail by Kerrang! as "Carrying the genre's whole
'revival' on their shoulders." Their second album, Infected Nations, was
released on 21 September 2009. It was produced by Russ Russell, with
artwork from Michael Whelan. Evile's third studio album Five Serpent's
Teeth was released in 2011, also on Earache Records.

Founded by school friends Matt Drake and Ben Carter, later joined by Matt’s
brother Ol on lead guitar, a short search for a bass player via an ad in
a local guitar store saw bassist Mike Alexander join the fold. Evile,
yet to be called so, initially formed in 1999 playing covers in their
local area. Initially Influenced by bands such as Metallica, Sepultura,
Exodus, Annihilator and Slayer to name but a few, the band would create
“Evile” in 2003. Despite being un-signed at the time, Evile were
hand-picked to headline the second stage of Bloodstock Open Air ’06.

After seeing their performance at Bloodstock ’06 the legendary Earache
Records offered Evile a record deal. They signed in October ’06. Evile
would go on to record their debut “Enter the Grave” in Copenhagen’s
Sweet Silence Studios with Flemming Rasmussen of Metallica fame at the
helm. “Kerrang!” dubbed Evile to be “Carrying the genre’s whole
‘revival’ on their shoulders”, with other positive reviews from press
such as Metal Hammer, Terrorizer, Zero Tolerance and Classic Rock
Magazine. Evile would go on to win Metal Hammer’s “Get in the Ring”
battle of the bands competition on Rockworld TV.

The band went on to be main support to Megadeth (Feb/Mar of ’08 in
Europe) and Exodus (Apr of ’08 in Europe) which in the same month saw
Evile’s “Thrasher” included on Xbox360/PS3 videogame Rockband as
downloadable content.

The second chapter in Evile’s history comes by the name “Infected
Nations” – produced by Russ Russell and original artwork by Michael
Whelan. A modern take on Thrash Metal, finding the band coming into a
sound of their own. The album went into the top 100 album chart in the
UK after its release on September 21st ’09. Evile kicked off the release
on September 25th ’09 with a release show/party at Islington Academy,
London to then embark on a 2 month long European tour with Amon Amarth
and Entombed. After playing 2 headline shows in Germany on the way to
Scandinavia, disaster struck when founding bassist Mike Alexander
(1977-2009) collapsed in Lulea, Sweden and tragically died on his way to
hospital from a pulmonary embolism. He was 32 years old.

The band would organise two special tribute shows to Mike (in Leeds and
London, UK) in December 09 running a special raffle in which many bands
donated items to raise money for Mike’s family, some of which included
Iron Maiden, Metallica, Slayer and Machine Head. After a short break the
band announced they would continue as they meant to go on. Auditions
were held and Evile subsequently welcomed new member Joel Graham
(ex-Rise to Addiction) into the fold to permanently take on the bass

2010 saw Evile tour extensively throughout North America with bands such
as Kreator, Overkill, Forbidden, Voivod, Vader and Warbringer, aswell
as European festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Bloodstock Open Air and

On 31 May, Evile revealed that they'd begun working on their 3rd studio
album. Ol Drake confirmed this via TwitLonger on 9 November and told
that "Album 3 is well on the way and will be out on Earache Records in
mid 2011". In February 2011 Evile embarked on a short UK tour to say
goodbye to their "Infected Nations" album, while also showcasing a brand
new track with the working title "Bitch". Matt also announced the third
album will have the initials "FST". In March 2011 it was announced that
Evile had entered Parlour Studios to begin recording their 3rd album
with producer Russ Russell. Periodically, the band have been posting
excerpts of the album's recording process on their official Youtube
page. On 25 April, the band announced that their 3rd album was fully
mixed and awaiting mastering.

In May 2011 Evile announced that they would pay tribute to their fallen
band mate, Mike Alexander, on the latest album. The track was entitled
"In Memoriam".
It has been revealed through hard rock/heavy metal magazine Metal Hammer
that the title for their 3rd album would be Five Serpent's Teeth to be
released 26 September 2011 in Europe and 18 October 2011 in North
America through Earache Records. On 6 June, the band posted a new song,
titled "Eternal Empire", on their Youtube channel. In September 12, 2011
the album's first single/music video, "Cult", was released. The video
saw a different, more modern approach. In September/October 2011 the
band set out on a 15-date headline tour of the UK with label-mates
Savage Messiah as support.

On 31 January 2013, Ol Drake announced via his Tumblr that Evile were to
begin recording their 4th album the following weekend. He also
confirmed that the band would again utilise producer Russ Russell. On 25
March, Ben Carter and Earache Records released the album name, cover
and release date of their fourth album, entitled "Skull".

Skull (2013) -- "Underworld"

Current Line-up:
Ben Carter -- Drums (2004-present)
Ol Drake -- Lead Guitars (2004-present)
Matt Drake -- Rhythm Guitars, Vocals (2004-present)
Joel Graham -- Bass (2009-present)

Former Members:
Mike Alexander (R.I.P. 2009) -- Bass (2004-2009)

2004 -- All Hallows Eve (EP) - [CBR320]
2006 -- Hell Demo (Demo) - [CBR192]
2007 -- Bonus Demos (Single) - [VBR~225]
2007 -- Enter The Grave (Full-length) - [CBR320]
2009 -- Infected Nations (Full-length) - [CBR320]
2010 -- Cemetery Gates (Single) - [VBR~272]
2010 -- Live At Hammerfest (EP) - [Not included]
2011 -- Eternal Empire (Single) - [Not included]
2011 -- Five Serpent's Teeth (Full-length) - [CBR320]
2011 -- Cult (Single) - [Not included]
2012 -- In Memoriam (Single) - [Not included]
2013 -- Drowned (Split) - [CBR320]
2013 -- Skull (Full-length) - [CBR320]

Full-length Tracklist:


2007 -- Enter The Grave [Special Redux Edition]
01. Enter The Grave -- 04:30
02. Thrasher -- 03:09
03. First Blood -- 04:20
04. Man Against Machine -- 06:21
05. Burned Alive -- 05:54
06. Killer From The Deep -- 04:40
07. We Who Are About To Die -- 07:43
08. Schizophrenia -- 04:18
09. Bathe In Blood -- 06:22
10. Armoured Assault -- 05:38

11. Darkness Shall Bring Death (Demo - Bonus Track) -- 03:26
12. Sacrificial (Demo - Bonus Track) -- 03:49
13. Enter The Grave (Demo - Bonus Track) -- 04:20

Total time: 01:04:35

2009 -- Infected Nations [Limited Edition]
01. Infected Nation -- 05:33
02. Now Demolition -- 05:46
03. Nosophoros -- 05:29
04. Genocide -- 07:42
05. Plague To End All Plagues -- 05:55
06. Devoid Of Thought -- 05:37
07. Time No More -- 04:00
08. Metamorphosis -- 07:40
09. Hundred Wrathful Deities -- 11:41

10. My Parasite (Bonus Track) -- 04:17
Total time: 01:03:17


2011 -- Five Serpent's Teeth
01. Five Serpent's Teeth -- 05:34
02. In Dreams Of Terror -- 05:09
03. Cult -- 04:52
04. Eternal Empire -- 05:34
05. Xaraya -- 06:04
06. Origin Of Oblivion -- 05:06
07. Centurion -- 05:46
08. In Memoriam -- 05:48
09. Descent Into Madness -- 04:26
010. Long Live New Flesh -- 05:17

Total time: 53:29

2013 -- Skull
01. Underworld -- 04:37
02. Skull -- 06:31
03. The Naked Sun -- 06:04
04. Head Of The Demon -- 04:24
05. Tomb -- 07:26
06. Words Of The Dead -- 04:16
07. Outsider -- 03:37
08. What You Become -- 04:54
09. New Truths Old Lies -- 06:35

10. A Sinister Call (Bonus Track) -- 03:48
Total time: 52:14

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