Mexico’s Blackened Death Metal EVILHEART Announce Canadian Tour Dates

“Quinquaginta” Out Now via Test Your Metal Records

For fans of Morbid Angel, Behemoth, Dissection, Vader, Krisiun & Malevolent Creation



L to R: Alejandro Monroy – Bass, Adrián Urías – Guitar, Adam Benito – Vocals, Rodolfo Rogers – Drums

With Canadian vocalist Adam ‘Greasy’ Benito of Calgary’s Train Bigger Monkeys being appointed as EVILHEART‘s new vocalist, the Mexican blackened death metallers have announced they will be embarking on their second cross Canada tour in support of their latest album ‘Quinquaginta’ re-released in 2015 on Vancouver, BC based Test Your Metal Records. The band will also be performing new material that can only be heard live until they release their yet to be titled follow up album. The Western Canadian tour will be kicking off in Calgary on October 12th and wrapping up in Victoria on October 21st plus includes EVILHEARTperforming at this year’s Black Mourning Light Festival in Edmonton on October 13th alongside Blasphemy, Revenge and more.

Drummer Rodolfo Rogers comments:

“We are very stoked to play again in Canada. The 2015 tour was a blast and we can’t wait to return. On this tour, we will include some older and new Evilheart songs that we didn’t have a chance to play two years ago. With these dates, we will also end the touring cycle for “Quinquaginta,” so if you’re in one of these cities, be sure not to miss the show!! See you soon Canada!!”

Album Stream – “Quinquaginta” – 



Tour Dates:
Oct 12 – Calgary, AB – Dicken’s Pub – info
Oct 13 – Edmonton, AB – The Starlite Room (Black Mourning Light Fest) – info
Oct 14 – Kelowna, BC – Munnin’s Post – info
Oct 15 – Vancouver, BC – The Astoria – info
Oct 16 – Nanaimo, BC – The Cambie – info
Oct 21 – Victoria, BC – Logan’s Pub – info

Track Listing:
1. Perfection Collapsed (4:57)
2. Misanthropic Decree (4:32)
3. Selective Extermination (5:09)
4. Rebellion (4:49)
5. Decimated Opposition (6:16)
6. Supremacy And Holocaust (5:56)
7. Postmortal Corruption (5:20)
8. Genetics Of Betrayal (6:13)
9. Quinquaginta (9:47)
10. Bonus Track: Severance (Cenotaph cover) (6:27)
Album Length: 59:30

Album Band Line Up:
Jorge Millán – Vocals & Bass
Adrián Urías – Guitars
Rodolfo Rogers – Drums

Live Line Up:
Alejandro Monroy – Bass
Adrián Urías – Guitar
Adam Benito – Vocals
Rodolfo Rogers – Drums



EVILHEART was formed in 1999 in Culiacán, Sinaloa in Northwest México as a melodic black metal band. In 2001, they released a demo “Summoned To War” and in 2004 released their first album “Dark In Glory”, which shifted their sound to a more black death metal direction, gave the band a foothold in the Mexican metal scene and pushed them forward to share the stage with international acts such as Behemoth, Dimmu Borgir, Deicide, Amon Amarth and others. In 2007, EVILHEART released “Storm Of Annihilation”, which was the album that lead them to play their first overseas shows in Europe in 2011.

In 2014, EVILHEART released their most challenging work “Quinquaginta”, which combined the melodic elements of “Dark In Glory” with the brutality of “Storm Of Annihilation” plus a lethal dose of speed. In 2015, upon signing a deal with Vancouver’s Test Your Metal Records, which helped the band embark into a Canadian Tour from coast-to-coast and release the album “Quinquaginta” all over North America. The last Canadian tour had some difficulties as two members had their visa applications denied, but in the end, the tour was a double-win as the band had a great response from the crowd and session singer Adam Benito from Calgary who has now joined as a full-time member. In late 2016, EVILHEART did their first Mexican shows with Adam Benito on vocals to a great response and now the band is preparing for shows in Alberta and British Columbia in October, including an appearance in Edmonton’s Black Mourning Light Festival.

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