UK thrashers EVILE have been confirmed for the first edition of the Loud From The South festival, set to take place Saturday, August 30 at the Klokgebouw (near train station Eindhoven-Beukenlaan) in Eindhoven, Holland.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
ONLY LIVING WITNESS
THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE
Tickets are available now through Ticketservice. Tickets cost 45 euros (plus service fees) until July 18 at which point the price will be raised to 55 euros (plus service fees).
EVILE's Flemming Rassmusen-produced (METALLICA, MORBID ANGEL) debut album, "Enter the Grave", was released last August via Earache Records.
In an interview with UK magazine Metal Hammer, vocalist Matt Drake shared his views on working with the famed "Master of Puppets" (METALLICA) producer: "He's a family man. We went to his house for dinner and met his son. He's a bit nuts as well, but he's really nice. And he actually likes what we're doing as well. Because he stepped away from doing metal bands, and only does about one a year, because everyone is probably approaching him saying, 'Make us sound like METALLICA.'"
EVILE recently supported MEGADETH and EXODUS on their respective European tours.
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