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Evil Invaders Release Music Video For “Mental Penitentiary” The First Track Off Upcoming Album!




Belgium’s Extreme Metallers EVIL INVADERS have recently released the details of their upcoming album entitled Feed Me Violence. This brutal attack of an album will be released worldwide on September 29th via Napalm Records and has so much to offer.

If you weren’t excited already, the band has another special treat! They have unleashed their first video from Feed Me Violence for the song “Mental Penitentiary”. 


Check out the video below:






Vocalist/guitarist Joe commented on the first track:
“One of the faster songs on the record and definitely one of the coolest tracks we've written so far! Pretty intense lyrics, which are definitely worth checking out! The mid tempo part in the middle gives a nice contrast with the fast shit that's happening before and after. Making this video was compulsive endless lunacy! Fortunately only the camera guy got injured...”

Feed Me Violence will be available in a regular Jewel Case edition, 1LP Gatefold Edition and a digital edition. Stay tuned, as pre-orders will be available shortly.






Feed Me Violence track listing:

Mental Penitentiary
As Life Slowly Fades
Suspended Reanimation
Broken Dreams In Isolation
Feed Me Violence
Oblivion
Shades Of Solitude
Anger Within
Among The Depths Of Sanity



Evil Invaders are appearing at all this upcoming shows and festivals:

16.06.17 BE - Vosselaar / Graspop Metal Meeting
23.06.17 MT - Zebbug / The Garage

w/ Sepultura
27.06.17 AT - Dornbirn / Conrad Sohm
28.06.17 DE - Aschaffenburg / Colosaal
29.06.17 CH - Aarau / Kiff
11.07.17 DE - Münster / Sputnikhalle
12.07.17 DE - Cologne / Essigfabrik

30.06.17 DE - Gardelegen / Metal Frenzy Album
05.07.17 CZ - Trutnov / Obscene Extreme
09.07.17 BE - Antwerp / Antwerp Metal Fest
14.07.17 SE - Gavle / Gefle Metal Fest
15.07.17 DE - Balingen / Bang Your Head
16.07.17 NL - Lichtenvoorde / Zwarte Cross
22.07.17 DE - Essen / Turock Sommerfest
25.07.17 SL - Tolmin / Metaldays
29.07.17 NL - Steenwijk / Stonehenge
11.08.17 BE - Kortrijk / Alcatraz
12.08.17 NL - Wateringen / Waterpop
18.08.17 FR - Saint-Nolff / Motocultor
26.08.17 DE - Jena / ROCK:AM:WEHR (R:A:W)
30.09.17 BE - Aarschot / De Klinker / Album Release Show
07.12.17 BE - Leuven / Depot
08.12.17 BE - Hasselt / MOD
09.12.17 BE - Ghent / Vooruit
14.12.17 BE - Liège / Reflector
15.12.17 BE - Antwerp / Trix
16.12.17 BE - Kortrijk / De Kreun


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