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Evil Invaders release Special 7" Vinyl single & new music video for “Broken Dreams in Isolation”

Following extensive touring in support of their debut album “Pulses of Pleasure” (2015) and follow-up EP “In for the Kill”, Evil Invaders went a step further capturing adrenaline and sheer energy on their most recent release “Feed Me Violence”.

Now they have added the cherry on the top with a very special 2 track 7" vinyl release for “Broken Dreams in Isolation”! The B-side is a cover track for “The Unholy” of Savatage! “Broken Dreams in Isolation” is without a doubt the song that stands out the most of Evil Invaders’ entire repertoire so far.

The band gives further insight and explains:

Annihilator announces Fall/Winter 2018 European Headlining Tour

Annihilator did it again! Their new record “For the Demented” is thrash metal in perfection - furious, precise and relentless.

Mastermind Jeff Waters took to the record looking back without losing track of the future.

Listening to the new songs, there is no denying that the spirit milestones like “King of the Kill” or “Alice in Hell” is present, combined with years of experience and an unique vision.

Says Jeff Waters:

Anvil - Pounding the Pavement

Anvil seems to fail in failing to disappear from the world. They might actually survive along with cockroaches a nuclear holocaust that doesn’t seem to be all that far away these days than it was in their 80s heyday.
 
Album numero 17 for the Canadians with the same lineup – something that they have not been able to boast in the recent past. A more streamlined and edited sound seems to keep them sounding tighter, but at the same time does seem to steal a bit of their flair away.
 

Evil Invaders announce April 2018 headline tour in Eastern Europe, Russia and Finland

After releasing their brand new album “Feed Me Violence”, Evil Invaders are stoked to announce that they will embark on their 2nd headline tour in Eastern Europe, Russia and Finland in April 2018!

This 4-piece Technical Speed/Thrash bulldozer has just returned home after their Central-European tour in support of their brand new album as direct support of Swedish Heavy Metallers Grand Magus, and are already announcing their next batch of headline shows! After a very successful 1st headline tour in late 2016 Evil Invaders will finally return to Russia, Finland, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia and Lithuania.

Anvil to release new studio album “Pounding the Pavement” on January 19th 2018

Of course there are bands that have garnered higher chart positions, sold more albums and filled bigger venues than Anvil.

Yet there are few metal acts that have earned as much respect from their colleagues as the Canadian act surrounding vocalist/guitarist Steve “Lips” Kudlow and drummer Robb Reiner.

The most renowned Anvil aficionados include, among others, international stars such as Metallica and the late Lemmy of Motörhead, who have expressed their unreserved admiration time and again.

Evil Invaders - Feed Me Violence

Evil Invaders have been around for quite a while now, actually about a decade having a couple of EPs and now a sophomore album to account for all these year plus a fair few live performances under their belt; their style reminiscent of the Canadian thrashers like Exciter and Razor (their name is but an album of the latter) but also Zetro era Exodus and also maybe Violence.
 

Annihilator to release new studio album “For the Demented” on November 3rd 2017

Since 1989, Canada's Annihilator have not stopped putting out records and touring the world. Despite the ever-changing climate of the metal world (and releasing a series of “different” metal records with various lineups along the way), Jeff Waters and company have consistently delivered strong albums since the band's debut “Alice in Hell”.

Rage - Seasons of the Black

You can’t blame Rage for being slouchy, no sir. They have been active for more than thirty years and this one inclusive have released twenty three albums, the LMO project, countless live albums an EPs and have always delivered pretty consistently both in the studio as well as on the stage… never releasing a “bad” album.
 
“Seasons of the Black” is no different and the newest line-up of Peavy, Lucky and Marcos, the most basic trio you could have, delivers another album just a year after the really brilliant “The Devil Strikes Back” that’s really also inspired and doesn’t seem to miss a beat, which is a rather impressive task.