Evil United | Evil United (Special Edition- Digi-Pack,Extra Track)

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Evil United (Special Edition- Digi-Pack,Extra Track)

by Evil United

Mixing the speed of Slayer and the melody Of Judas Priest, EVIL UNITED has blastbeats turning into progressive and jagged riffs,diving into the valley of death, with lyrical content questioning all, alien DNA and the sciences or history of Earth and man.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Blasphemer
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2. Dawn of Armageddon
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3. Speak
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4. Rise and Fall of Earth and Man
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5. Wargod
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6. Dark Serenade
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7. Fifty Year Storm
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8. Spoonfed
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9. Lost Dream
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10. Taking Over the Grandmaster
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11. Walking to Sodom
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12. Hexorcism
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13. Massacre
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“Bow to your knees and repent if you please!” If your hungering for a new metal assault, get ready to sink your teeth into “ Evil United” An onslaught combining musical elements of new school metal and the old “NWOBHM” sound ala Mercyful Fate/ Slayer crossed with AX7. EU will definitely quench the thirst on your proverbial metal pallet and make you wanna gargle nails and then spit them out with AK 47 intensity impaling non-believers! Made up of a couple of Texas outlaws and metal alumni, an Okie and a Chi-Towner these masters of metal are ready to begin the ear assault. The band consists of Jason McMaster on vocals(Watchtower, Dangerous Toys, Broken Teeth) Don Van Stavern on bass(Riot, S.A.Slayer) T.C. Connally on guitar(PB/DC, Cult to Follow) Shakes West on drums(Neurotica, PB/DC, Sebastian Bach Band) and John Valenzuela on guitar(PB/DC, Urial) Evil United represent what people expect from the Lone Star state! Pantera, Rigor Mortis, The Sword, Watchtower, S.A. Slayer, Helstar and Drowning Pool just to name a few and now….We are Evil United!! ! All Hail (or maybe Hell!) The Lone Star state!

Corpus Christi native, vocalist Jason McMaster was a founding member of Prog metal pioneers Watchtower as well as Broken Teeth and Dangerous Toys and is no stranger to the heavy metal scene. Jason has toured the world for the CBS/Sony label and has shared the stage with, you name it and has had numerous video appearances on MTV, VH1 and the Canadian Fuse network. Jason was the throat on the debut Watchtower classic Energetic Disassembly and had Gold Sales Awards presented to Dangerous Toys and was inducted into the Texas Music Hall of Fame (other Hall of Famers include Stevie Ray Vaughn, Willie  Nelson, Gibby Haynes, Doug Sahm and many other Texas song writers and legendary artists). “J-Mac” hosted The Hard Show (Heavy Metal/Punk Video Show) for the Austin Music Network and is staff vocal instructor at the Austin Branch of "The School of Rock ". Jason also was a guest speaker to University of Texas music class (Austin Live Music Academy, class modeled after "Inside the Actor's Studio" on Bravo) and remember thy screamer is Pastor McMaster from the Church of Disaster... AMEN!



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Tedd

One of the best Metal albums of recent years.
Evil United's self titled debut album is one of the best Metal albums that I've heard in years, and their live show...
A must see sonic assault!!!