EVILE have entered the studio to record their eagerly awaited third album ahead of their debut at the legendary Download Festival.
As more festival appearances continue to flood in, including London’s High Voltage and Slovenian moshfest Metalcamp, the Huddersfield thrashers have travelled to Northampton’s Parlour Studios to work on the disc, scheduled for release this June.
Guitarist Ol Drake said they relished working with top producer Russ Russell.
He said: “He was at the helm/desk/brain for our (second album) Infected Nations, and we see him as a member of the band, even more so on this third offering.
“We’ll be in there for approximately a month, and we’ll be focusing on roughly 10 tracks to delight your ears.
“If I was to say what the direction of this third album would be, I’d have to say a mix of the approach to (debut album) Enter the Grave, the ideas on Infected Nations and an amalgamation of brand new ideas we can’t wait to try out.
“We have to try out new things as artists; we don’t ever want to stick to doing the same thing all the time.
“It will be aggressive yet mature, in my opinion, and before you ask – yes, fast.”