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Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England (2004 – present)

Evile is a outfit from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England formed in 2004.

In October of 2006 Evile signed to Earache Records, label home of well-known metal bands such as Morbid Angel, Napalm Death, Municipal Waste and Carcass.

Each band member has grown up with varying musical influences surrounding them and wanted to start up a band which played some of their favourite 80’s thrash songs. founded by old school friends Matt Drake and Ben Carter, and after playing with different guitarists and bass players for a year or so, they asked Matt’s brother Ol Drake to join as lead guitarist, and after a short search for a bass player they were contacted by Mike Alexander via an ad in a local guitar shop, and Evile was formed.

They are influenced by bands such as Sepultura, Exodus, Metallica, Annihilator and Slayer to name a few. Despite being un-signed at the time, Evile were hand-picked to headline the second stage of Bloodstock Open Air 06, and also to open the main stage of Manchester’s own Damnation Festival.

They released “Enter the Grave” in August 2007, following up with “Infected Nations” in September 2009.

On October 6, 2009, bass player Mike Alexander died from a cerebral haemorrhage.

The band name is pronounced “eeh-vile”, according to vocalist Matt Drake.

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  • metalanarchist6

    This is good shit! I didn't know about these guys. Thanks Last.fm!!

    24 Jul 2:33pm Reply
  • Dethetallica

    Evile is the shit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    17 Jul 5:01pm Reply
  • Dethetallica

    @DonApollyon666 - Go take a bullet to the temple!

    17 Jul 5:00pm Reply
  • thyPPKERU

    Thrasher é uma música muito do caralho mano

    3 Jul 12:58am Reply
  • bonjovyborges

    ONE BY ONE!!!

    4 Apr 2:22am Reply
  • MarcoCactuss

    Enter the grave is a masterpiece \m/

    30 Mar 5:52pm Reply
  • shizzabel

    When is there going to be an announcement about the new guitarist??

    29 Jan 1:19pm Reply
  • DonApollyon666

    NIGGER BAND !!

    16 Jan 1:05pm Reply
  • ReachDown

    Those who claim that Infected Nation is a bad album because of slow songs forget where Thrash Metal actually comes from.

    10 Jan 5:34pm Reply
  • ajinkya4778

    my favorite metal band \m/ Bloody brilliant!

    28 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Lord_Levi

    The most shit and boring thrash band

    21 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Congelamento

    v I'm glad you added "in my opinion"

    9 Oct 2013 Reply
  • mrpaul01

    It's like Overkill and Slayer with in my opion better vocals.

    9 Oct 2013 Reply
  • adhisatyanugra

    Dafuq !! What's wrong with you OL ?!!

    3 Sep 2013 Reply
  • michciu4

    lol'd @Lindenil just because one guitarist left, does not destroys the band. also Matt and Ben are founders so it doesn't really matter. yeah, it's a loss but sure they'll find good substitiution

    3 Sep 2013 Reply
  • NujillicA

    Infected Nations is such an underrated album... [3]

    31 Aug 2013 Reply
  • NujillicA

    Ol :'(

    31 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Lindenil

    After this they should split up, I think. There is no more Evile.

    31 Aug 2013 Reply
  • AvertedTrope

    Whoa! What the hell?! Ol's leaving?!

    31 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Megadieftw

    All their albums so far have been amazing. Pretty bummed that Ol is leaving. Hopefully he might still guest for them on albums. Maybe even contribute to writing. But what a way to go out with Skull!

    31 Aug 2013 Reply
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