Following a nine-year pause, UK-based sludge doom outfit Even Vast will return later this month with their fourth full-length ‘Warped Existence’. In the meantime, the band has published a video streamer for the single “How Long”, which can be seen at this location:  
Warped Existence’ is set to be released on March 29th via The Goatmancer Records. You can pre-order the album right here: item/474422/even_vast_warped_ existence.html

Even Vast formed in 1998 and recorded their first album “Hear Me Out” in Holland at the Beaufort Studios (other bands recorded here include The Gathering and Phlebotomized). “Hear Me Out” was released in 1999 through Black Lotus Records. Thanks to the success of the first album other labels expressed interest in the band, in 2001 “Where the Trees Still Speak” was released on MCD and Picture MLP through Ars Metalli/Painkiller Records.
In 2003 “Outsleeping” album was released through Mausoleum Records which provided good promotion for the band and increased popularity.
April 2007 was the date of the third full length album (under MyKingdom Music) “Teach Me How To Bleed”.

After a pause of 9 Years, Even Vast have returned based between Manchester and Nottingham, with a new line up and a new sludge/doom sound. Not only that, there’s the addition of a quirky Saxophonist, work on a new album and a return to live performances.

EVEN VAST – How Long

EVEN VAST – Warped Existence

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