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Evita released their much anticipated debut album 'Minutes and Miles' on July 13th 2009, on Basick Records, (home to Bury Tomorrow, Fell Silent and No Made Sense amongst others) and are set to change the face of UK metal.

Drawing on a wide range of influences, experiences and emotions, encorporating soaring melodies, ambient soundscapes, passionate vocals and addictive pop hooks, 'Minutes and Miles' is the must-hear album of 2009.

Members:
Aaron Beider - Vocals Read more on Last.fm

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Album: Evita – Minutes And Miles

July 20th, 2009

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Evita
Minutes And Miles
Basick Records
13 July 2009

by Chris Cope

As debut albums go, this ain’t a bad one. Some are barnstorming, prophetic visions of what music should be, whilst some meekly near their heads before sneaking back into muggy obscurity. This album by Bristol’s Evita rests snugly somewhere in the middle; it’s a bit like the Anthony Worrall Thompson of metal.

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Future Hits 024: Evita

May 4th, 2009

Heavy music on these fair isles is as strong as it’s ever been. That’s why we’ve caught up with Bristol’s freshest charges, Evita. We had a chat to guitarist, Daniel Cranney about naming a metal band after a film with Madonna in it.

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From: Bristol, UK
Sounds like: As I Lay Dying, Black Dahlia Murder, other heavy metalcore bands
Website: www.MySpace.com/EvitaBand

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2008 into 2009: Evita

December 28th, 2008

Bristol metallers, Evita, are currently off recording their debut album in preparation for touring their balls off in 2009. We caught up with guitarist, Daniel Cranney, to see how 2008 was for them.

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What was your highlight of 2008?
It was a really good year in general; we had a lot of fun and met some great people. It amazing signing to Basick Records, going on tour in Europe in August, and going into the studio to record our debut album.

What’s the worst thing that happened to you in 2008?
We bought a new van (called Hamish), and in died within 2 months, so it was a pretty massive waste of money. Also, we were driving back from Leeds in our mate’s car and the wheel came off on the motorway when we were going 70mph. That was pretty scary. [Read more →]

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