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Book of Evil
Artist: Evil
Format: CD

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Label: Target Records
Rel. Date: 05/27/2022
UPC: 5700907270265

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DISC: 1

1. Intro (A Terrible Thing)
2. Divine Conspiracy
3. Evil Never Dies
4. Future Denied
5. The Raven Throne
6. King Of The Undead
7. Beyond Mind Control
8. Sanctuary
9. Storm Warning
10. Evils Message
11. Book Of Evil

More Info:

BACK IN THE EARLY 80S, THE DANISH HEAVY METAL SCENE WAS TAKING IT'S FIRST STEPS, LEARNING A (VERY) OWN PATH AWAY FROM THE STRONGROCK AND PUNK ROCK BACKGROUNDS THAT THE COUNTRY PROVIDED THEIR YOUTH.Those were the years where the highly acclaimed metal bands Mercyful Fate and Artillery took form. But also a few others that, in the following years, saw their career followdifferent paths and fates, loading to disbanding with a band or simply fading away. Formed in 1983, Copenhagen-natives EVIL were one of these bands. Their debut demo,already in '83, set the Danish heavy metal on fire with their heavy metal frenzy and their now-mythical 1984 EP "Evil's Message" was the confirmation that Denmark hadprobably one of the strongest metal scenes in Europe back then. Unfortunately, that wasn't meant to last and the band disappeared from circulation in 1985.The album, titled "The Book Of Evil", was produced in Hellfire Studio, Copenhagen, and Antfarm Studio, Aarhus, mixed and co-produced by rewarded metal producer/mixerTue Madsen. "We have made the new material in the spirit of the eighties but with a modern metal state of mind" Freddie Wolf says.The band is now ready to take back a leading role among old-school metal bands. Evil is coming!