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EVIL UNSEEN

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  1. Evil Unseen
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  2. Will Of Man
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  3. Spoils Of Victory
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  4. Burn The Sun
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  5. Falling
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  6. Within Me
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  7. Disobey The Beast
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  8. Mechanical Enemy
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  9. The Shadowland
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  10. Spirit Machine
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  11. Demonocracy
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  12. Global Deception
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Album description

"Evil Unseen" is the début full length album by Australian Melodic Heavy Metal act "Envenomed". This album features a diverse mix between melodic and thrash metal elements while still retaining the hooks of traditional heavy metal and world-class musicianship.

All Music and Lyrics written by ENVENOMED
Produced by ENVENOMED
Engineered and Mixed by Chris Themelco @ Monolith Studios Melbourne
Mastered by Joe Carra @ Crystal Mastering Melbourne
Recorded at Ahhnolds Studios Inc. – Reservoir, St. Albans & Hillside branches – Melbourne, AUS
Additional Vocals Recorded @ Monolith Studios Melbourne
Artwork and Booklet Layout by Jan Yrland – Darkgrove Design - Finland
Original Band Logo design by Nick Mather

ENVENOMED:

Anthony Mavrikis – Vocals & Guitars
Adam Bartleson – Drums
Brendan Farrugia – Guitars
Liam Wagener – Bass

Guest Vocals on “Within Me” and backing vocals on “Disobey The Beast” performed by Chris Themelco – Orpheus Omega / Monolith Studios
Gang Vocals performed by Will Ratman Naser, Eamon Cox, Lord Shutz, Dave Lowes, Ben Smash, Liam, Brendan & Mav.

Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar and Synth performed by Brendan Farrugia
Intro on “Spirit Machine” automated by Brendan Farrugia and Chris Themelco

Photography by Anwar Rizk

Album Reviews

The best way to summarise ‘Evil Unseen’ is that this album is earnest. Envenomed don’t have anything to hide here. The cards are out on the table and they’ve dealt out a royal flush. The album is both dynamic and universal. And when I say ‘universal’, by that I mean there is enough variety and interest across this album that it should appeal to wide array of listeners. There is honestly very little to fault with this record. The nine years it took for ‘Evil Unseen’ to finally be released have been in no way wasted. JOHNATHON BESANKO - METAL OBSESSION