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Hell Unleashed

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Bart Great thrash metal that has remnants of Ride the Lightning and Beneath the Remains. Aren't as many bands taking that as inspiration for their vein of thrash, and I dig that. Favorite track: Hell Unleashed.
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carlobra I'm glad they kind of went back to the roots and dropped their more "melodic" side, but still managed to keep things interesting. Great album.

P.S. Ol did a great job on vocals, but Matt's vocals would have just been perfect with this sound.
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sjerpvanwouden Very little actually happens on this album. Strip away the mastery of their instruments and the excellent production. Look at composition, tension, melody, rhyhtm. Most song dont even rock in a litteral sense. Bought it without blinking an eye. Don't regret it. But should've listened first. This is why I've allways refused to write a thrash song
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Paralysed 05:03
Gore 04:48
Incarcerated 06:16
Disorder 04:57


Since their formation in 2004, British thrash-revivalists EVILE have been turning heads and taking names, delivering four pure thrash offerings blended with an uncompromising death metal assault. Their upcoming fifth studio album, Hell Unleashed, out April 30, 2021 via Napalm Records, is the long-awaited successor to their 2013 release, Skull, and features the new exciting line-up formation of the talented Ol Drake on vocals/guitars and new member Adam Smith of RipTide as rhythm guitarist.

The newly staffed four-piece strikes again on nine explosive tracks, leaving nothing but a hammering world of sound taken apart by thrash. Album opener “Paralysed” catches with endangering guitar lines, quickly building up to a furious thrash manifesto and attacking the eardrum at breakneck speed. “Gore” delivers with merciless velocity and explosive backing vocals from American actor, musician and comedian Brian Posehn, and highlights the band’s irrepressible, speeding energy.

With double the amount of power, twice the speed, untamed brute and blazing riffs, the title track “Hell Unleashed” propels old and new fans to the status of eternal mayhem and huge thrash euphoria. “The Thing (1982)” marks another high point of the upcoming full-length: The track strongly represents one of the album’s most influential leverages, the cinematic impact on their songwriting in symbiosis with their outstanding competences of kicking in doors with thundering drums.

In 41 minutes, Hell Unleashed unchains the unbridled forces of hell, catches some rousing demons of the past and provides classical thrash metal with a contemporary yet hard-edged touch. EVILE are back – straight from the abyss!



released April 30, 2021


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