This week sees new shit from Black Sabbath, Children of Bodom, The Black Dahlia Murder, Deafheaven, Integrity, and more hitting stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you’re snagging a copy of and which record should be the Album of the Week. Pick your favorite and feel free […]
British thrashers Evile have just released an official video for their song “In Memoriam.” Watch the video — which was directed by Ben Thornley — below. “In Memoriam” is taken from the band’s latest outing, last year’s Five Serpent’s Teeth, and is dedicated to the band’s late bassist Mike Alexander, who passed away in 2009 […]
It’s Tuesday–the day that albums come out–and this one includes new shit from Iced Earth, Puscifer, and Cradle of Filth, among others. Check out the list of new releases below and let us know which ones you have already or are planning to get. Alarum – Natural Causes (Willowtip) Autopsy – Mental Funeral: 20th Anniversary […]
Because they’re so obviously influenced by such classic thrash acts, the standard take on this English quartet is that they’re throwbacks, a retro act for headbangers still stuck in the ’80s. But their third album suggests an alternate reading—that Evile are actually thrash classicists, intent on perfecting, not merely imitating, first-gen thrash. Sure, the songs […]
A new video from British classic-thrash revivalists Evile has begun streaming online. The video is for the song “Cult,” which is the first single to be taken from the band’s upcoming album, Five Serpent’s Teeth. The record gets its North American release on October 18. Let us know what you think in the comments.
British thrash revivalists Evile are scheduled to release their third studio album, Five Serpent’s Teeth on October 18 via Earache Records. Five Serpent’s Teeth was recorded at Parlour Studios in Kettering, UK, with producer Russ Russell (Napalm Death, Dimmu Borgir), who also helmed the band’s 2009 release Infected Nations. Five Serpent’s Teeth Track Listing: 1. […]
“Point of merch knowledge to be remembered: You could get a thrash-hungry metalhead to buy a lump of dog shit if it had the cover of Kreator’s Endless Pain ironed onto it.”