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Global Music Award-winning heavy metal group Enemy Remains is thrilled to share entire new album, "No Faith In Humanity," with fans on this day of critical historical relevance.
Enemy Remains has specifically crafted an album inspired by the need to wake up, unite and regain faith in ourselves and others during this tumultuous time in U.S. history. The band cites "No Faith In Humanity," which hits stores today, as a personal contribution to social awareness.
In a band statement that weaves the concept of each track together, Enemy Remains comments: "In a time when evil is on the cusp of rule, and darkness brews the sky a dark brimstone ash... it is in this hour that men and women, our 'Colony' as a whole, find their true worth. Where we lay down our petty differences and join together in unity to fight a common enemy.
"Tyranny and persecution may be responsible for the coming together of man, but a longing for togetherness still leaves us all feeling 'Empty Inside.' When the ability to 'Trust In No One' has become so great and we are simply 'Divided by Hate,' we know that tomorrow is not promised and we should feel grateful that we even get to 'Breathe Again.'
"Having 'No Faith In Humanity' forces us to stomp our feet down and say NO! We will not allow this to happen! That there are two kinds of people in this world: those that watch things happen and those that make them happen. A wise man once said that 'we are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams'! Not putting our foot down in some way, shape or form would be a universal crime in itself, would it not? More...
Newington, Connecticut metal act Enemy Remains - featuring original Fates Warning drummer Steve Zimmerman - is streaming the new song "Trust In No One." The song is taken from the upcoming new release "No Faith In Humanity," which is set to be issued on January 20th.
The track listing for "No Faith In Humanity" is:
2. Trust in No One
3. Divided by Hate (feat. Nick Bellmore (Toxic Holocaust, Jasta, Kingdom of Sorrow))
5. No Faith in Humanity (feat. Joey Conception (Dead By Wednesday) & Jeff Curtis (Obsession)) (see video here)
6. Breath Again
7. Empty Inside
Check out the song here: More...
Global Music Award-winning heavy metal group Enemy Remains was formed in 2005 by original Fates Warning drummer, Steve Zimmerman, and guitarist Tommy Blardo. By 2014 - after releasing first full-length album, "Two Faces Two Minds" - the band had solidified itself as a talent to be reckoned with in the northeastern U.S.
After a brief hiatus last year, allowing Zimmerman to re-join the original Fates Warning line-up reunion celebrating the 30th anniversary of "Awaken The Guardian," and for Blardo to develop his digital radio station "Metal Fortress Radio," Enemy Remains is back with the addition of new vocalist Frank Morin and guitarist Scott Kadish, formerly of End Time Illusion.
Enemy Remains will release brand new album, "No Faith In Humanity," on January 20th, 2017, featuring mastering from Chris "Zeuss" Harris. Pre-orders will be available soon via all major online music retailers.
Guitarist Tommy Blardo states, "I think our fans are going to be very surprised with the new direction of the band. On this album, we're very focused on vocal melodies and driving songwriting, while still finding room for those anthem-like choruses. Don't worry though, being driven by Steve, we're definitely keeping the progressive sound we've always been known for. We worked really hard on the new album and we're excited to share it with our fans." More...
Connecticut-based group Enemy Remains today unveils the first single and video for "No Faith in Humanity," taken from an upcoming October release of the same name. The single features a timely subject matter, touching on the current political climate in America.
"We choose this track because of the strong message regarding what's going on with our world today," said guitarist Tommy "The Beast" Blardo. "With the effect of today's political views, we felt this was appropriate, and we hope the fans will relate to it. We hope people can totally get behind the message and try resolve some of the hate in the world."
Enemy Remains was formed by Blardo and original Fates Warning drummer Steve Zimmerman a decade ago. What began as means of musical expression for the pair has since grown into a hard rock force of nature with driving rhythms and a progressive edge. The group, now rounded out by vocalist Frank Morin, Scott Kadish and bassist Andy Majewski, has since shared the stage with the likes of Alice Cooper, Queensryche and Heaven and Hell, as well as having the honor of playing the 20,000-seat XL Center in an opening ceremony for the Hartford Wolf Pack, the New York Rangers' AHL affiliate.
The video for "No Faith in Humanity" was directed by Edwin Escobar. "The video shoot was just amazing," Blardo said. "Working with a professional like Edwin Escobar was a no-brainer. He made this shooting stress free for all of us." The result is a slick, performance-based video with intermittent clips that tie in the song's message. More...
Ex-Fates Warning drummer Steve Zimmerman will release the debut of his new band Enemy Remains on April 30, 2012 through iTunes. The album, entitled "Two Faces, Two Minds," is a collaboration of Zimmerman and Molten Lore guitarist Tommy Blardo.