"The most intense attack from Japan since December 7, 1991, King's Evil's "Deletion of Humanoise" is an all-out-assault of Thrash Metal madness the likes of which have not been heard since the early 1980's. Fans of early Kreator, Slayer, Metallica and Sodom should dust off their bullet belts and nailed wrist bands and prepare to Thrash 'till Fucking Death to King's-Evil!" ? SOD Magazine
TRACK LIST: 1) Victim And Hate 2) Detonation 3) Web Of Lies 4) Fanatical Devotion 5) False Pride 6) Punish With Death 7) Core Dead 8) Scream
BIOGRAPHY: Kings-Evil was formed by two brothers from Tokyo, Masamichi and Wataru Yamada, in 1989. Their main goal when they started the band was to play at the ""Pedestrian Paradise"", located in Harajuku, a busy central area in Tokyo. Masamichi explains: ""Pedestrian Paradise was what we call a ""hokoten"" in Japan. Hokoten was a busy downtown road that was closed for a few hours in the afternoon so that bands and other performance groups could perform there"". The band played several times at Hokoten, performing usually covers from their heroes such as Metallica, Pantera, Megadeth, Sepultura, etc... The band was forced to take a hiatus from playing in 1993 due to the departure of some members. After a long period of silence, King" s-Evil was reborn in 1998 with Wataru taking over the vocals. The band quickly went on to record a live demo tape. In 1999, the current drummer, Eiji Murakami, joined the band and they produced ""Demo One"", which contained all their studio recordings to date. In 2000, King"s-Evil was forced to reduce their activities because the Yamada brothers were invited to participate in Ritual Carnage as session members. However, after the current bass player, Takachika Nakajima joined King"s-Evil, the band resumed their activities on a much larger scale. Masamichi recalls the recruitment: ""Takachika didn't ever have to audition with us to join the band. We met one day and talked, he didn't even play his bass, but the feeling was right, so he was in"". They signed to Japanese Worldchaos Production in July of 2001, and accordingly, started the recordings of their long-awaited debut album, ""Deletion of Humanoise"". Their sound could be described as extremely aggressive Thrash Metal, perhaps in the vein of thrash gods KREATOR. The ultra-heavy unison riffing and thrilling solo works by the Yamada brothers will quite literally hit the nerve of true thrash metal maniacs around the world. Wataru Yamada's powerful vocals and rhythm-section of Takachika & Eiji complete the bands destructive aural assault, wiping the floor with many of their competitors around the world. Masamichi is very modest about the all-encompassing assault that is ""Deletion of Humanoise"": ""We did nothing special. Everything was done in a natural order. It took us so long to get things together in the way we wanted it. Over the past twelve years, we developed these aggressive and powerful tunes through the trials we went through. Nothing was ever smooth or easy."""