French Thrash/death metallers Evilness shared new album 'New Perspectives, No Evolution' over YouTube Friday November 23 2018, 8:28 AM
French Thrash/death metallers Evilness shared new album 'New Perspectives, No Evolution' over YouTube

"12 tracks of powerful thrash/death-metal combining in-your-face energy with inspired melodic atmospheres"


A few weeks after the official release of their new album 'New Perspectives, No Evolution' for CD & Digital through GVA Productions and the main legal platforms (( iTunes , Spotify , Deezer, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal etc.)....), French Thrash/Death Metal crossover metallers Evilness just shared the effort for full streaming on YouTube ..

Stream the full record on YouTube | Buy your physical / digital copy of the album on Bandcamp
...For the record...

Evilness is a French thrash/death metal band, known for raw energy on stage & innovative performances.​At the beginning, the band founded by Seb in 2005 played a melodic death metal (inspired by Death, Pestilence), but evolved from 2008 to a more raw thrash way with still a melodic touch.

In 2011, Evilness supported the Dance Company "Elirale" as part of an original creation mixing modern dance & death metal called : Gorpitz and two years later initiated the original concept of “Blasting on your street”. Without any advertising & approval, the band come somewhere and prepared a gig as quickly as possible for a raw and surprising show. Meetings between thrash metal & random people were excellent; unique and unforgettable experiences.

Two years later, Evilness released an EP called 'Unreachable Clarity' followed by tons of gigs all around Europe and next to bands such as Misery Index or No Return, including an appearance at the Xtreme Fest (France).Some changings of line-up later, the level was increased from both sound and technical perspectives, refining the Evilness' style into pure thrash metal with melodic touch.

Then they released their first full-length album in 2018 with ‘New perspectives, No evolution’ .

For fans of Kreator, Pestilence, No Return, Slayer

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