Friday, July 31, 2009


British thrashers EVILE have released another brand new track from their
highly anticipated upcoming new album, INFECTED NATIONS. The new song,
called "Now Demolition", is the second track to be released from INFECTED
NATIONS, due to be released on September 21st in Europe and September 22nd
in the USA by Earache Records.

Check out the new track "Now Demolition", along with the recently released
"Infected Nation" at EVILE's official MySpace page at

EVILE lead guitarist OL DRAKE comments:

"Next up is 'Now Demolition'. For the second track we previewed, we wanted
it to show a whole other different end of the spectrum of feels on 'Infected
Nations'. This track is one on it's own on the album, a much more "heavy"
orientated track designed to get fists in the air and heads going upward,
then downward, and hopefully back up again. We hope you can check the
entire CD out when it's released, do its Russ Russell production justice,
and play it through a good sound system, as the best albums in the world can
sound like shite through crappy speakers (especially if they're MP3s; excuse
my language)."

INFECTED NATIONS was recorded with producer RUSS RUSSELL (NAPALM DEATH) at
Parlour Studios during May 2009. The cover art was created by MICHAEL
WHELAN, who is famous for his sci-fi artworks along with classic album
covers from such bands as SEPULTURA and OBITUARY.

INFECTED NATIONS is now available for pre-order on very limited edition
coloured vinyl LP. The LPs are available exclusively from the Earache
webstores in red or white and are strictly limited to only 200 of each
colour. The album is also available as a limited edition CD with an
exclusive bonus track and a bonus DVD with behind-the-scenes and studio
footage. Make sure you don't miss out on the limited edition LP or CD by
pre-ordering now in Europe at or in the USA at

Check out a picture of the limited edition red vinyl LP at

For more EVILE news and info, head to

London office phone: +44(0)207 240 5002

NYC office phone: +1(718)786 1707

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