Band Photo: Evilheart (?)
From: Culiacan, Mexico
Last Known Status: Active
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After some forays away from moshing to look at what happens before and after a show, this week's Pit Story dives straight back into the action!
Drummer Rodolfo Rogers from Mexican blackened death metal band Evilheart shared these tales of the odd things one will encounter at a metal show:
Many years ago we were playing at a local rock festival, and the crowd were pretty apathetic. As we kept playing a burnt smell stated to come out from one of the speakers. We told that to one of the crew people from the Festival, but they told us to keep playing, and a few minutes later, one of the speakers was on fire. The good thing was that the apathetic crowd went apeshit when they saw the fire coming out from the speaker, and after that it was a fucking killer concert.
In our shows most of the time there is the regular mosh pit, and I say most of the time, because there are a couple of exceptions. The first one happened in Victoria City in Tampico, Mexico. In that show people were doing the usual headbanging & mosh pit, but suddenly some guys threw themselves to the floor and they started to roll until they would crash into each other. We all jaw dropped since it was the first time we saw something like that, and it’s been the only place we have seen something like that. A killer show and killer crowd for sure. The second was in Navojoa in Sonora, Mexico. Another killer show and people started with the usual headbanging and mosh pit, and then some guys started to smash their heads against a pole. I wouldn’t do that, but they seemed to enjoy it.
With the future leaders of the world going back to their educational institutions, Asher Media Relations is proud to offer a new FREE download compilation of artists the company has worked with this year.
The "Back To School Vol. 1" sampler features over 30 tracks to prep students for a deafening mosh to make those class rooms of higher learning just a bit more bearable! Enjoy the headbanging tunes below, or download your own copy at this location. More...
Vancouver, BC based Test Your Metal Records is proud to announce the signing of Mexican blackened death metallers Evilheart for the re-release of 2014 breakthrough "Quinquaginta."
Test Your Metal will be making the release available for digital download and physical CD purchase as of September 15th. Evilheart will also be supporting the release with a cross Canada tour that will kick off in Montreal, QC on September 15th and go West to wrap up in Vancouver, BC on September 26th (dates listed below).
Test Your Metal Records owner Grant Truesdell comments: "I am very stoked to announce another band added to the Test Your Metal roster! Mexico's Evilheart will be tearing across Canada in September with their most recent album 'Quinquaginta!' These guys are one of the finest death metal bands Mexico has to offer and I am honored to help spread their craft across the land!" More...
Mexican blackened death metal band Evilheart's new video "Selective Extermination" is now online and can be seen below.
"Selective Extermination" comes by way of the band's new album "Quinquaginta," which was directed by Hiram Manjarrez. Evilheart consists of:
Jorge Millán - Vocals & Bass
Adrián Urías - Guitar
Rodolfo Rogers - Drums
Evilheart has issued the following announcement about releasing a new album next year and streaming tracks from a previous release:
"We will upload to YouTube all the songs from the 'Storm Of Annihilation' album to celebrate our 5th anniversary and to anticipate the release of our upcoming album 'Quinquaginta' (TBA Summer 2013). After we finish uploading the songs from 'Storm Of Annihilation' we will post some videos of the making of the new album. Stay tuned!"
The release schedule for the "Storm of Annihilation" tracks is as follow:
Oct 26: In the Arms of Ixtab
Nov 02: Dead Peace
Nov 09: Subhuman
Nov 16: Storm of Annihilation
Nov 23: Paradise of Synthetic Souls
Nov 30: Oath of Apostasy
Dec 07: Symmetrical Carnage
Dec 14: Crystallized in Eternal Death
"Storm Of Annihilation" was released on December 14th, 2007 and was mixed and mastered at
Mana Studios in Florida by Brian Elliott. The cover artwork was designed by Niklas Sundin
from Dark Tranquillity. More...
Mexican blackened death metal band Evilheart release their first music video ever. The "Storm Of Annihilation" clip was directed by Pedro Rendón. The song comes from the album of the same name, which was released at the end of 2007. Evilheart are currently working on their new album "50 Years." The band will work again with producer Brian Elliott (Mana Studios) and graphic designer Niklas Sundin (Cabin Fever Media). Evilheart are still looking for a label to work with for the upcoming album. Interested labels can get in touch with the band at email@example.com. Watch the video below:
Mexican death/black metal band EVILHEART will be opening for AMON AMARTH on February 11 in Monterrey, N.L. Mexico. For more info check the flyer. In other news Evilheart are writing new songs. Among the new titles are 'Oath Of Apostasy' and 'Dead Peace'. The band plan to write more songs during the year, and enter the studio during the first months of 2006. The second pressing of their debut album, Dark In Glory, will be released through Asenath Records at the middle of the year.
Mexican black/death metal band Evilheart have been confirmed for the first-ever Monterrey Metal Fest, set to be held on Saturday, November 13, 2004 at the Coca Cola Auditorium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The complete lineup for the festival so far is as follows:
The Monterrey Metal Fest Vol. 1 will be the largest heavy metal festival ever to be held in Mexico. The outdoor Coca Cola Auditorium has a capacity for over 20,000 persons.
The festival promoters, Day Dream Productions and Dark Vission Entertainment, plan on making the Monterrey Metal Fest an annual event.