British thrashers EVILE entered Parlour Studios on March 20 with producer Russ Russell (NAPALM DEATH, DIMMU BORGIR) to begin recording the follow-up to 2009's "Infected Nations".
The third in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the studio can be viewed below. Photos are available at this location.
EVILE lead guitarist Ol Drake previously stated about the group's new material, "If I was to say what the direction of this third album would be, I'd have to say a mix of the approach to 'Enter the Grave', the ideas on 'Infected Nations' and an amalgamation of brand new ideas we can't wait to try out. We have to try out new things as artists; we don't ever, ever want to stick to doing the same thing all the time. It will be aggressive yet mature, in my opinion, and before you ask — yes, fast."
EVILE's 2009 album, "Infected Nations", was recently re-released as a special redux version. The redux includes a bonus disc featuring EVILE's popular cover of PANTERA's "Cemetery Gates", as well as eight songs recorded at a live rehearsal in the studio and six songs recorded live at Hammerfest in 2009. The European version also includes a free "Infected Nations" album cover woven patch and an EVILE sticker sheet.
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