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Members of the Australian band Our Last Enemy talked to ArmyOfOneTV. On this video they discussed origins, their current schedule and their experiences/ideas about how bands must promote themselves nowadays. Watch the video interview below.
The band's humble beginnings can be traced back to 2006. The lineup is currently comprised of Oliver (vocals), Jeff (keys/samples), Matt (bass), Bizz (guitars) and Zot (drums).
Eclipse Records is pleased to present the video for the song "Devour The Sun" by Our Last Enemy, which can be seen below.
The video and song are taken from the band's debut North American album entitled "Pariah." You can also check out the previous music video for "10,000 Headless Horses" at this location.
Eclipse Records is pleased to present the video for the song "10,000 Headless Horses" by Our Last Enemy, which can be seen below.
The song is taken from Our Last Enemy's debut North American album entitled "Pariah," coming out on March 11th, 2014 through Eclipse Records.
Eclipse Records is thrilled to announce the signing of Our Last Enemy from Sydney, Australia, which features former Genitorturers and The Undead member Bryce “Bizz” Bernius on guitar.
Our Last Enemy caught the eye of Eclipse when releasing an EP last year, and it climbed to the number two position on the Australian iTunes metal chart, second only to Meshuggah, released on the same day.
“When I first heard Our Last Enemy, they immediately commanded my attention,” states label president Chris Poland. “Their sound is just so damn heavy - like a ton of lead being balanced on your head!”
“Of all the labels we had been speaking with, Chris and the team at Eclipse seemed to really understand what the band is trying to do and how to take us there,” says vocalist Oliver Fogwell. Bassist Matt Heywood continues, “signing with Eclipse makes us extremely happy because they’ve been responsible for launching some of our favorite bands. It’s a very exciting time for us." More...