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Infected Nations [12" VINYL] Single


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  • Vinyl (21 Sep 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Earache
  • ASIN: B002HMCEJE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 562,802 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Infected Nation
2. Now Demolition
3. Nosophorous
4. Genocide
5. Plague to End All Plagues
6. Devoid of Thought
7. Time No More
8. Metamorphosis
9. Hundred Wrathful Deities

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard on 4 Dec 2009
Format: Audio CD
I picked this album up yesterday at my local HMV (the CD+DVD version) after never hearing them (but hearing of them) before, and I instantly loved it from the first play. Evile play really good music; which means that in general, the riff to word ratio is pretty low! - However this is not a problem at all. Overall, the album is a very good length, coming in at a very respectable 63 minutes - ideal for long journeys. The album comes across as very thrash, but with more of hard rock style of vocals with solid drumming and guitar work, always a slight downer for me is lack of a noticable bass guitar...I mean, the bass was good, it just didnt stand out. I see this album as being good background music too. If you pay attention to the album, its great, but its just as good for having in the background.

Pick this album up if you're looking for good solid thrash riffs/music.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cubby Kovu on 4 Sep 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is totally different to the first cd

it is darker
and the songs are alot lot longer
in places I think maybe too long but thats just me

there are solos and stuff too
fantastic vocals that sound a like a more melodic version of Tom Araya
yes almost like hard rock over thrash metal
i prefer the first cd even though this one has a morre original sound I think it is a very long album and quite
hard to listen too.
but if you can get over that i think it is pretty good however it is first listen to we will see in a few more listens if I find it a bit less hard to listen too it properly

it is going on my shelf next to the other evile cd

not sure what the dvd to end all dvds thing was about I will haff to watch it and find out I guess

Definatly worth a buy for some fresh new generation thrash and I always love original

so they get a 9 /10 for having an original sound and making good music but the 1 star because i can't actually remember anything form it YET
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Monks on 2 Oct 2009
Format: Audio CD
This is a cracking cd. I was impressed by Matt Drake's melodic singing and by the tasty Guitar playing of Ol Drake, surely a guitar hero in the making! This gives the band a much more original sound than on the first cd. It is great to hear a band take some chances and move their sound forward and not rest on their laurels. Favourite tracks are Genocide, Hundred Wrathful Deities, My Parasite (man this one is fast and check the cracking outro riff!)but to be honest there isn't a bad track on it. My mate Parko the Metalhead reckons this is one of the best cd's he has heard all year and this is high praise indeed. Buy this now and support a great local British band!! Can't wait to see them live supporting Amon Amarth and at Hard Rock Hell 3!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nawaf Ahmed Albardooli on 4 Aug 2010
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this is the 2nd cd from a these cool new metalheads unfortunatly they lost a member thats a tragic that i hope they overcome
this is a cd full of old school metal riffs for the new young generations
buy this cd - support the new comers they will make you regret not hearing them
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Progressive "Justice"-era Metallica meets Max Cavalera-esk vox 7 Nov 2009
By Razr Maxx - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Take the progressive approach Metallica took on the "Justice" album and bring in Max Cavalera (Sepultura) for vocals and you have the new band EVILE. Of course, that's a metaphor, but basically that's it. You have rather long songs, 5-8 minutes and one topping off at just over 11 minutes. Very similar to the Justice album indeed. Of course, there is some irony here, as this band started out as a Metallica cover band. So go figure. The difference is in the vocal department. Th rhythm guitarist who is also the singer belts out the lyrics in a rather mono-tone way very similar to Tom Araya and Max Cavalera. And then you got the cover art here. Which reminds one of Sepultura's classic "Arise". The little sticker on the shrink wrap even says "for fans of Slayer, Megadeth, and Sepultura". And I can see that...especially the Slayer and Sepultura reference, but not so much Megadeth. Megadeth is much more "melodic speed metal" than true thrash. But anyway, if you like Slayer, Sepultura, and "Justice"-era Metallica, EVILE is a band for you.

So how is the music? Not too bad, really. A bit repetative though. But what thrash band's music isn't to some extent? That's kind of why I got away from thrash in my metal comeback in this decade. But with all the new thrash bands coming out over the last few years, my taste for thrash has been rewet.

Well, actually, as I continue listening to this album as I write this review, this band is closer to old school Sepultura before they went all native on us than anything else. Doesn't have as many ripping solos as say Seputura has, but the ones it does have are very Sepultura-like.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Finally! 12 Mar 2010
By Franklin Tower - Published on Amazon.com
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I am so impressed with this album. I have been a fan of thrash metal for years, and I'm glad that so many people are getting back into the genre, but I have been less than impressed with most of the current wave of bands trying to capitalize on the thrash resurgence. I like Warbringer, Warpath, Blood Tsunami, and Lazarus AD, but for the most part I feel like the current thrash bands are just goofing around making silly records with poor production and weak vocals. Evile appears to take what they are doing seriously. The production is top-notch. The songs are all well written and flawlessly played, and the vocals are actually good. So many of today's thrash band's vocalists sound like they are trying to immulate 1985 era Joey Belladonna and failing. Evile's singer has some balls and is more comparable to Hetfield on And Justice for All. Speaking of And Justice for All, Infected Nations sounds a lot like that classic album without being a copy-cat. The thrash on Infected Nations is a bit slower than most thrash, just like And Justice For All was the slowest Metallica album to that date. That's not to say that it isn't some ripping thrash, but it's not Show No Mercy. I can't say enough good things about this album. I can't stop listening to it, and considering I have over 2,000 albums in my collection, that's saying a lot.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Modern thrash Masterpiece 7 Jan 2010
By Cryptic Writings - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Evile first album was awesome and all but in this second record they didnt sounds like a straight forward thrash band, instead they add more heavy groove element into their riffing and it will reminds you of what metallica did on justice for all or some on songs master of puppets. The production is all great and doesnt sounds overwhelming thick and loud like all these metalcore crap band from today. For those who's really into 80's thrash style like megadeth, metallica, testament, slayer, exodus,... I really recommanded this band cause they do write a quality thrash music with good clean vocal and hooky riff, not just some generic screaming thrash band that just go all out full speed. However, you'll need at least more 3-4 listens to really get into the music, at least in my own experience.

Keytrack : Now demolition
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Evile is awesome 6 Oct 2009
By Domenic Vitanza - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
These guys are a great thrash metal band - takes me back to early 1983. Bt these guys are from 2003- and now!
They have taken the thrash sound that Metallica,Megadeth and Exodus created and added to it.
Flemming Rasmussen the metallica producer has produced these guys. So you know it rocks.
Also, my prayers go out to their bassist Mike Andersen who passed away today at the age of 32.

These guys deserve muich better fate.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Best thing to come out of the U.K. :) 3 May 2011
By Eric Jousma - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
These guys are damn good. If you want to know how great their instruments sound, just listen to the song Infected Nation. And the vocals...I never would have guessed that they came from Europe; not much of an accent. Don't be fooled by their album art, they're not death metal...just some of the heaviest stuff you'll ever hear.
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