Evile Streaming New Song Online

06/07/2011
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(Earache) Evile are streaming their brand new track, "Eternal Empire," online at the Earache Records website.

The new track is taken from Evile's forthcoming new album, Five Serpent's Teeth, and gives fans their first glimpse at the new material. Five Serpent's Teeth is due to be released on September 26th, 2011.

Evile lead guitarist Ol Drake says of the track: "It is with great pleasure that we can release 'Eternal Empire' from our upcoming Five Serpent's Teeth album for your listening pleasure. It was very difficult to pick a single track to showcase the vast diversity included on this album, and I think this one is a good medium to show the direction we have gone with on FST. I can't wait for you to hear more of the album as, like I said, this album goes through quite a lot of different moods and emotions, in terms of feel and direction, yet is still rooted in the 'Evile sound'... We will also be showcasing another brand new track at Download Festival this weekend. Lots of Serpent's Teeth coming your way! See you on that road soon!"

Check out the song here and don't miss Evile performing live this summer.

Jun. 11 - Donington, UK - Download Festival
Jul. 01 - Lφbnitz, Germany - With Full Force
Jul. 08 - Gδvle, Sweden - Getaway Rock
Jul. 09 - Pecs, Hungary - Rock Marathon
Jul. 14 - Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany - Dong Open Air
Jul. 15 - Tolmin, Slovenia - Metalcamp Festival
Jul. 17 - Vizovice, Czech Republic - Masters of Rock
Jul. 27 - Bladel, Netherlands - Totaalfestival
Aug. 13 - Oulu, Finland - Jalometalli Festival

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