British thrashers EVILE took part in a live question-and-answer session earlier today (Thursday, February 14). The band's vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Matt Drake, and lead guitarist, Ol Drake, appeared with producer Russ Russell live on Google Hangouts from Parlour Studios in Kettering, England, where the band is currently recording its fourth full-length album. They chatting with and answered questions from fans, which were submitted on EVILE's Facebook page and on Twitter.
The question-and-answer session was hosted live on Earache Records' YouTube channel and can now be seen below.
Comments Ol Drake: "A week into recording EVILE album #4 and Ben's finished all the drum tracks. Now we're onto bass and guitar. In true musician fashion, I'm going to say 'It's sounding huge!' — why wouldn't I say that? If it didn't sound huge, we'd make it sound huge. I could say 'It sounds pretty crap' to be different, but it sounds huge. We can't wait to get this album out to you all."
EVILE's latest album, "Five Serpent's Teeth", was released in Europe on September 26, 2011 via Earache Records.
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