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Latest Enemynside News
Below is our complete Enemynside news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Italy's Enemynside has posted a new music video for the song "Withering," which is taken from the album "Whatever Comes," due out in Europe on September 10th 2012. You can watch the Antonio Chiricò directed video clip in the player available below. For more info on Enemynside, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.
Italy's Enemynside has issued the following announcement about the title for the band's upcoming third album:
"We have set 'Whatever Comes' as the title of our third album (previously reported as 'The Black Issue'), the CD was recorded at Temple Of Noise studio in Rome, and will be tentatively released before the end of the year.
"'Too Many Times' will be the first single and it will be released on 17/July/2011 as a digital download through iTunes, Spotify and other main stores.Guest solo on this song is performed by Richie Kotzen!
"Moreover we announce the departure of Francesco Grieco (bass guitar) and Nicola Corrente (drums) due to personal reasons, we wish them the best of luck in their musical career and want to thank them for their great contribution for this album. Francesco Cremisini will play bass guitar alongside his voice role, and the drums will be held by Valerio Lucantoni (from the band Notanumber) as session musician for the live gigs."
Enemynside has announced Richie Kotzen will appear for a guest guitar solo on the song "Too Many Times," which will appear on the band's new album.
Vocalist Francesco Cremisini commented: "I'm very proud to have such a great musician playing a solo on the band's new album, he's one of the most talented guitar player around and a really nice person."
Guitarist Mat Bellezza also added: "The song he plays the solo on had this kind of instrumental part in the middle which sounded quite unusual for us because the first half is just with bass and drums and the second half with rhythm guitars too. We needed something different from the other solos on the album, something really distinctive, a solo which could play the lead role once the song gets there. Thanks to Richie now we got it!"
Italy's Enemynside has posted several video clips from the band's time in the recording studio, which can be viewed below.
Italian thrashers Enemynside have issued the following announcement about recruiting a new guitar player:
"The band recently parted ways with the guitarist Davide 'Dave' Scala. After 3 years in the band (he joined Enemynside in 2006) we wanna say thank to Dave and wish him the best for his musical projects! After Dave left, the band found in Tommy the right man for the job! Se welcome him in the Enemy-family! ENEMYNSIDE new line-up: Frallo: voice, Matt: rythm & lead guitar, Tommy: rythm & lead guitar, Suez: bass, Nyk: drums."
Swedish thrashers ALTAIR will team up with ENEMYNSIDE for two shows in Italy:
Feb. 23 - Rock House - Pescara, ITA
Feb. 24 - Jailbreak - Rome, ITA
In January 2007, ALTAIR recorded a dour-song demo containing the tracks "Preemptive Strike", "We vs. Us", the instrumental intro "Pyroclastic Flow" and "Altair Attack" in which the lyrics are completely made up of songtitles by classic thrash metal bands. Two of the songs, "Altair Attack" and "We vs. Us", were included on the "Thrashing The Masses 2" compilation released by Last Entertainment Productions in May 2007. All four tracks were then re-mixed and released on a self-financed demo EP called "Two" later that month. More...
Italian thrashers ENEMYNSIDE have issued the following update:
"Enemynside have inked a deal with Sleaszy Rider Records."
"The group's sophomore album, In The Middle Of Nowher", was recorded in March 2006 at 16th Cellar Studios with producer Stefano Morabito and is scheduled for release in early 2008."
Stay tuned for further updates.