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Release date: 21 September 2009
Style: Thrash metal

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[disc I]
01. Infected Nation
02. Now Demolition
03. Nosophoros
04. Genocide
05. Plague To End All Plagues
06. Devoid Of Thought
07. Time No More
08. Metamorphosis
09. Hundred Wrathful Deities
10. My Parasite [limited edition bonus]

[disc II: bonus]
11. Cemetary Gates [Pantera cover]

[Live in the studio]

12. Infected Nation
13. We Who Are About To Die
14. Thrasher
15. Now Demolition
16. Nosophoros
17. Time No More
18. Bathe In Blood
19. Enter The Grave

[Live at the Hammerfest Festival 2009]

20. Armoured Assault
21. Man Against Machine
22. Now Demolition
23. Thrasher
24. Enter The Grave
25. Schizophrenia

[limited edition DVD]

+ The DVD To End All DVDs

Reviews (2)
Lyrics (9)


Line-up
Matthew "Matt" Drake - guitar, vocals
Oliver "Ol" Drake - guitar
Ben Carter - drums
Mike Alexander - bass


Additional info
Limited edition exclusive DVD featuring on the road & behind the scenes footage of the "Infected Nations" recording sessions.

Guest review by
K†ulu

Rating:
7.2
I guess most people didn't like Evile's new album. I didn't like it either at the beginning. But after having listened to it a few more time later, I have to admit that my attitude has changed. Originally Infected Nations came across as a boring collection of riffs, but now it seems more coherent and having some sort of a meaning. Before the album's release, the band members were saying that it would be a more mature album than their debut, and in a way it is. With Infected Nations they have definitely made some progress with songwriting; however, they are still searching for their style, and one can hear that they are experimenting and trying something new on this record. And it doesn't sound all that bad if you give it some time.

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published 12.05.2010 | Comments (7)

Guest review by
Hermann Langke

Rating:
7.9
Great Britain is the birthplace of Heavy Metal. It was Black Sabbath who with their doom-laden riffs ushered in the age of Heavy Metal. They were the founders of a movement which is in its fourth decade now. The British Isles have been home to many of Metal's greatest bands and Metal would be lacking in luster without them. However from the 90's onwards Metal seemed to be in a downward spiral in Britain. During that time bands like Oasis, The Verve, etc., were everywhere and they were not even Metal. The Darkness emerged as the closest thing to Led Zeppelin but they were swallowed by their new-found fame. I have to admit that I have not heard much of modern Metal bands from Britain, but there is one band that has caught my eye and that band, which I believe is the future of British Metal, is Evile. But, on the contrary, the album about which I am going to write is not quite the kind of savior that I expected.

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published 19.11.2010 | Comments (1)

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Baz Anderson - 19.01.2010 at 13:35  
  Is it me, or is this album just not that good?
thewall30 - 19.01.2010 at 23:01  
Rating: 9 Well personally I enjoy this album, but I don't think its no where near as good as their debut Enter The Grave, but Infected Nations is one of those albums where you have to give it a few (maybe more than a few) listens to really get the meat from the bone from this album...

But like I said, I really like this album it just takes time to get used to it...
dark_mink - 01.02.2010 at 18:54  
Rating: 4
Written by Baz Anderson on 19.01.2010 at 13:35

Is it me, or is this album just not that good?


No, it isn't you. I can't understand the difference of quality between their 2 albums. "Enter the grave" is brilliant and this...no comments...
Novas - 26.02.2010 at 04:37  
Rating: 7 He's using his "matured" voice in this album. I rather have their debut & their EP than this. "Infected Nations" & "Devoid of Thought" were great though. I really hope they go back to the faster, better singing stuff like on their debut. So sad that their bass player died though. Evile's cover tribute to Death's "Voice of the Souls" was freaking great, i just heard it
Hermann Langke - 28.02.2010 at 14:31  
Rating: 10 This is kick-ass record.This is the best Brit band since Def Leppard or even the Darkness.
Vehemont - 14.03.2010 at 21:38  
Rating: 8 I enjoy the album myself...the singer here reminds me of James Hetfield a little though, but I think it is good. I haven't listened to their previous work though...
thewall30 - 14.04.2010 at 17:06  
Rating: 9
Written by Novas on 26.02.2010 at 04:37

He's using his "matured" voice in this album. I rather have their debut & their EP than this. "Infected Nations" & "Devoid of Thought" were great though. I really hope they go back to the faster, better singing stuff like on their debut. So sad that their bass player died though. Evile's cover tribute to Death's "Voice of the Souls" was freaking great, i just heard it


I totally agree with everything you just said...
soadbyob - 14.04.2010 at 19:17  
  Pretty good album, not as good as Enter The Grave
Doc Godin - 14.05.2010 at 05:38  
 
Written by Hermann Langke on 28.02.2010 at 14:31

This is kick-ass record.This is the best Brit band since Def Leppard or even the Darkness.

lol. Surely not as good as The Darkness?!

Def Leppard, yeah, Songs From The Sparkle Lounge is better than anything by Evile.
Hermann Langke - 17.05.2010 at 17:07  
Rating: 10
Written by Doc Godin on 14.05.2010 at 05:38

Written by Hermann Langke on 28.02.2010 at 14:31

This is kick-ass record.This is the best Brit band since Def Leppard or even the Darkness.

lol. Surely not as good as The Darkness?!

Def Leppard, yeah, Songs From The Sparkle Lounge is better than anything by Evile.

Yeah,hehe
thrashinvegan - 06.08.2010 at 16:54  
Rating: 8 I agree that this is not as good as Enter The Grave, at least not to me, because I prefer faster-tempo songs--I did really like "Devoid of Thought" on this album. But it's still a good album with decent lyrics and lots of great riffs. Surely people ought to rate this higher than Slayer's World Painted Blood? That in my opinion was nowhere near as good as their albums from the '80s.
musicalkaratekid - 12.09.2012 at 15:13  
Rating: 7 I once read an interview regarding this album, and the band themselves said that 'Enter the Grave' was an album full of "silly Concepts", thus opting for a more "serious" approach to their sound and concept regarding this, their second album. Whether that worked on their part or not is anyone's guess, but I genuinely don't think this album is all that bad. Some guitar riffs here are very complex, and the very same can be said for the songs themselves, but the title track and instrumental closer are two definitive staples of their talent if you ask me. Sure, those who preferred the band's debut over this (including me) would have probably hated this album when it came out, but it's clear the band wanted to be so much more than a shadow of their major influences.
Moose - 29.05.2013 at 19:25  
Rating: 10 For me, this is Evile's best album.
Doesn't seem like many people share this opinion though.
Rsrdaman - 12.10.2014 at 03:20  
Rating: 8
Written by Novas on 26.02.2010 at 04:37

He's using his "matured" voice in this album. I rather have their debut & their EP than this. "Infected Nations" & "Devoid of Thought" were great though. I really hope they go back to the faster, better singing stuff like on their debut. So sad that their bass player died though. Evile's cover tribute to Death's "Voice of the Souls" was freaking great, i just heard it

Their Entombed cover was also pretty damn good. Greatly versatile band.

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