EVILE Interviewed At BLOODSTOCK OPEN AIR Festival; Video Available

UK thrashers EVILE were interviewed shortly after the band's performance at the Bloodstock Open Air 2008 festival, which was held August 15-17 at Catton Hall in Derbyshire, England. Watch the chat below.

In other news, EVILE's Flemming Rassmusen-produced (METALLICA, MORBID ANGEL) debut album, "Enter the Grave", which was originally released in August 2007 via Earache Records, will be reissued as a "redux" edition on October 13 in Europe and October 28 in the U.S. Included will be bonus tracks only previously available on the Japanese release, a bonus DVD (including more than two hours of footage of making the album, rehearsing for the recording and behind-the-scenes tour footage), an "Enter the Grave" woven patch and an EVILE guitar pick (three alternate designs).

EVILE supported MEGADETH and EXODUS on their respective European tours in early 2008.




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