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The demolition has begun...

The hype amongst Evile fans for this highly anticipated second album has been intense, a tremor of excitement that barely contained itself. Would Evile repeat their success?

We who are about to thrash have not been disappointed.

I'll admit, when I heard the opening few bars of the title track when it was previewed on MySpace, I was glad to know that nothing had changed. The band were sticking with what they new best from first album Enter The Grave. Then, when I heard Now Demolition, I was amazed. The band was taking something new, twisting it, hammering it, chugging it, and stamping "Evile" on it. And it is awesome!

A magazine review has quite rightly said "This is what happens when good bands go great" and they were right.

Matt and Ol duel ballistically at several points (listen to the epic Hundred Wrathful Deities for full effect). Mike's bass hits you in the chest on more than one occasion and makes your heart hit your throat, though I admit I did tweak up the EQ for bass enhancer just to get more of this. (I'm a deep, chest-rattling bass kinda guy.) And Ben's new Mapex "Ben-proof" kit seems to have survived ten times more of a hammering than ever before.

I can't wait to hear to the polished performances of these songs live. And yeah, I now need a new set of speakers because since listening to this album at full volume, they've not quite been the same since. I think it was just too much for them.

K! Mag gave them 4Ks, but I can't give them any less than 5 stars. The Boys from the Hudd not only rock, they'll hit you with wave after wave of sound, and leave you in the corner, bloodied and broken, and crying out for more.

See you in the pit, and Thrash till death!

Like Thrash? You'll love this.

Evile should prepare themselves for big things to happen. Infected nations is pure genius. Clean guitar riffs combined with general pure thrash fury. This album would be the resultl if the best of Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth were mixed together and into an album like this. Songs "Genocide" and "Plague to end all plagues" won me over. Keep rocking Evile!


If u lyk fast paced metal music this is 4 u,
i fink its sik


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Huddersfield, England's Evile are one of many new millennium bands attempting to revitalize the art of thrash metal without straying too far from its original early-'80s template. Formed in 2004, the quartet is comprised of siblings Matt (vocals, rhythm guitar) and Ol Drake (lead guitar), Mike Alexander (bass), and Ben Carter (drums), and recorded a self-produced EP entitled All Hallows Eve that same year. Several demos followed, and after being voted the U.K.'s best unsigned act by readers of Terrorizer...
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