Joe (Vocal / Guitar)
Max Mayhem (Guitar)
Joeri Van De Schoot (Bass)
Senne Jacobs (Drums)
One of the leading bands in the new generation of thrash/speed metal, Belgium's The Evil Invaders. In case you're wondering, they were formed in 2007 as 10-year players, but they didn't really get going until It was around '13 when the band released an EP bearing the band's name. They then signed to Austria's leading label Napalm Records and released Pulses of Pleasure" was their album debut. They emerged as the standard-bearer for a new generation of thrashers. The following year, they released an EP "In for the Kill" in 2004, and in 2005, their second album With "Feed Me Violence" and an aggressive release attack, its popularity is solidified to. While their debut album was full of Slash-like tour de force, their second album The band shows the depth of their nostalgia for progressive metal and even doom metal elements. The Iveil Invaders are a band with the ability to present a 21st century thrash metal style that does not fall into the category of mere nostalgia.
Now, a live video of EVIL INVADERS has been released. For an energetic style of music like thrash metal, live performance is the key to success. A place to show your true colors. The Evil Invaders are naturally no exception. The film, titled "Surge of Insanity - Live in Antwerp 2018, As the title implies, it features a live performance in their hometown of Belgium. The hometown is a big point. Naturally, the fans at their home ground are enthusiastic, and they can prepare a full stage set. It's a very emotional moment for me, as I've been going to the same house they played at since I was a kid. I guess that's it. The destructive power of the performance and the excitement of the audience were tremendous. You can see through the screen that the intensity of the performance must have been quite high. The enthusiasm of the audience was backed up by the solid performance technique. The tightness of the instrumentalists, John Oliva of Savatage and Crimson Glory's Vocalist Joe Scream, who says he loves Midnight. Both are great. The early songs with one shot of power are even more powerful. Songs from the twisted second album are recreated without a hitch. They also perform a Venom cover, "Witching Hour". The band has visited Japan twice before, so it's a great opportunity for you to experience the EVEL INVADERS on stage and see them at the There may be many of you who have been to the shows. But I must say, the excitement at the local shows is something special. It's just so hot. It couldn't be hot. This is how a thrash metal show should be!