British thrashers EVILE have confirmed a full European headlining tour for 2010.

EVILE will kick off the "Infecting Nations" tour in January with a string of U.K. shows, before heading off to mainland Europe for the rest of the tour. The tour will mark the band's first official shows since the tragic passing of their bassist, Mike Alexander, on October 5.

Joining EVILE on the "Infecting Nations" tour will be American thrashers WARBRINGER and Israel's THE FADING.

"Infecting Nations" tour dates:

Jan. 14 - Cardiff, UK - Barfly
Jan. 15 - Wrexham, UK - Central Station
Jan. 16 - York, UK - Fibbers
Jan. 17 - Glasgow, UK - Cathouse
Jan. 18 - Newcastle, UK - University
Jan. 20 - Manchester, UK - Academy 3
Jan. 21 - Nottingham, UK - Rock City
Jan. 22 - Leeds, UK - Rio's
Jan. 23 - Bristol, UK - Thekla
Jan. 24 - London, UK - The Underworld
Jan. 25 - Wolverhampton, UK - Civic Hall
Jan. 27 - Tilburg, Holland - O13
Jan. 28 - Kerkrade, Holland - Rocktempel
Jan. 29 - Aarau, Switzerland - KIFF
Jan. 30 - Prague, Czech Republic - Exit Chmelnice
Jan. 31 - Saarbrucken, Germany - Garage
Feb. 01 - Munich, Germany - Backstage
Feb. 02 - Milan, Italy - Zoe Club
Feb. 04 - Barcelona, Spain - Be Cool
Feb. 05 - Madrid, Spain - Ritmo & Compas
Feb. 06 - Lisbon, Portugal - Cine Teatro Corroios
Feb. 07 - Irun, Spain - Tunk
Feb. 09 - Luynes, France - Korigan
Feb. 10 - Paris, France - Glaz'Art
Feb. 11 - Braunschweig, Germany - B58
Feb. 12 - Osnabruck, Germany - Bastard Club
Feb. 13 - Chemnitz, Germany - Talschock
Feb. 14 - Vosselaar, Belgium - Biebob
Feb. 16 - Dudingen, Switzerland - Bad Bonn
Feb. 17 - Wangen, Germany - Jugendhaus
Feb. 18 - Nurnberg, Germany - Z-Bau
Feb. 19 - Copenhagen, Denmark - The Rock
Feb. 20 - Essen, Germany - Turock

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

EVILE members Matt Drake, Ol Drake and Ben Carter spoke exclusively to U.K.'s Metal Hammer magazine about the passing of Mike Alexander. You can stream the interview and check out pictures of Mike below.


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