EVILE: MIKE ALEXANDER's Cause Of Death Revealed

The medical examiners have determined the cause of death for EVILE bassist Mike Alexander, who passed away on October 5, 2009 while on tour with the band in Sweden. According to guitarist Ol Drake, Mike died of a pulmonary embolism, a blockage of an artery in the lung.

EVILE has launched a tribute web site for Mike Alexander at this location.

Commented the group: "We wanted a definite place which people could visit to commemorate, remember and celebrate Mike.

"We'll be posting news regarding any benefit shows for Mike on the site, and also thanks to UKthrash.co.uk, people can donate direct to Mike's family, as well as send tributes, flowers etc. to the family via our management.

"Please leave your messages for Mike's family and friends in the condolences section, and send any Mike pictures you have to the address on the site."

BrooklynRocks conducted an interview with Ol Drake and Mike Alexander on August 20, 2009 at the Earache Records offices in New York City. Watch the chat below.

EVILE's sophomore album, "Infected Nations", was released on September 21 in Europe and September 22 in the U.S. via Earache Records.


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