EVILE Confirmed For UK's BLOODSTOCK OPEN AIR Festival
Up-and-coming UK thrashers EVILE have been confirmed for next year's Bloodstock Open Air festival, set to take place August 15-17 at Catton Hall in Derbyshire, England. The festival billing is now shaping up as follows:
AT THE GATES
SWALLOW THE SUN
EVILE entered the U.K. Rock Albums chart at position No. 33 with their Flemming Rassmusen-produced (METALLICA, MORBID ANGEL) debut album, "Enter the Grave". The Japanese edition of the CD, which was released on September 25 via Howling Bull Records, includes two bonus tracks: demo versions of the songs "Darkness Shall Bring Death" and "Sacrifical".
"Enter the Grave" was released in Europe on August 27 via Earache Records. The CD was issued in North America on September 25.
The band showcased its metallic thrash sound at an in-store show at Manchester's Virgin Megastore on the day of the CD's UK release.
A 10-minute video interview with EVILE conducted in Liverpool on August 7, 2007 can be viewed below.
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