Vinyl LP pressing. Evildead was formed in 1987 with the intention of creating heavy music in the thrash metal vein. Their sound was unique; highlighting a blend of speed and thrash metal guitar riffs along with hyper drumming locked in with an over the top thundering bass with punk overtones, and lyrical themes that explored political, thought provoking social ideas; mixed with horror, and nuclear war themes. Now they return on SPV/Steamhammer with United $tate$ of Anarchy, a throwback to their roots of thrash featuring nine studio tracks plus a metalized cover version of the B-52's "Planet Claire" as a bonus track. Seminal artist Edward J. Repka has once again illustrated the cover of the new album.
Vinyl LP pressing. Evildead was formed in 1987 with the intention of creating heavy music in the thrash metal vein. Their sound was unique; highlighting a blend of speed and thrash metal guitar riffs along with hyper drumming locked in with an over the top thundering bass with punk overtones, and lyrical themes that explored political, thought provoking social ideas; mixed with horror, and nuclear war themes. Now they return on SPV/Steamhammer with United $tate$ of Anarchy, a throwback to their roots of thrash featuring nine studio tracks plus a metalized cover version of the B-52's "Planet Claire" as a bonus track. Seminal artist Edward J. Repka has once again illustrated the cover of the new album.
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United States Of Anarchy
Artist: Evildead
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Vinyl LP pressing. Evildead was formed in 1987 with the intention of creating heavy music in the thrash metal vein. Their sound was unique; highlighting a blend of speed and thrash metal guitar riffs along with hyper drumming locked in with an over the top thundering bass with punk overtones, and lyrical themes that explored political, thought provoking social ideas; mixed with horror, and nuclear war themes. Now they return on SPV/Steamhammer with United $tate$ of Anarchy, a throwback to their roots of thrash featuring nine studio tracks plus a metalized cover version of the B-52's "Planet Claire" as a bonus track. Seminal artist Edward J. Repka has once again illustrated the cover of the new album.