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Denver death metal tyrants Enemy Reign are pleased to announce the release of the "Tormented To Oblivion" LP next month.
The nine track slab of wax will feature remixed and remastered tracks from the band’s ravaging (and unreleased) "Diametrically Opposed" EP, featuring original throat Sherwood Webber (ex-Skinless) as well as remixed and remastered choice cuts from the "Between Hell and Oblivion" full-length.
Pre-orders of the "Tormented To Oblivion" vinyl edition are currently available for via the band’s official website and will drop on May 15th. The release will also be made available digitally via iTunes, Amazon etc. The track listing is: More...
Decibelmagazine.com is now hosting a stream of “Bathed In Flames” from Denver death metal overlords Enemy Reign. Listen to the track right here.
“Bathed In Flames” comes off the band’s self-issued "Between Hell And Oblivion" full-length, which was recorded at Flatline Audio under the watchful gaze of producer Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al). The record offers up 11 tracks of deathgrind viciousness as well as the debut of vocalist Stevie Boiser, who replaced former member Sherwood Webber (Skinless).
Comments guitarist Nick Guenther of the offering: “This album is made for the brutal few. It's dark and unapologetic. During the writing process, we all drew from different influences, which helped keep the material fresh from song to song. We never restrict ourselves to any sub genre or current metal trend. While spirit breaking brutality was our main focus, we made sure to keep that classic and catchy Enemy Reign riff-age intact.”
Adds Boiser: “We set out to make something that we would want to listen to, and that's exactly what we did. Between Hell And Oblivion is the next step in our evolution and the apotheosis of what Enemy Reign stands for; fast and brutal death metal. If that's what you’re into check it out, I don't think you'll be disappointed.”
Today GunShyAssassin unveils “Forged From Suffering,” from Denver death metal behemoths Enemy Reign. The tune comes off the band’s recently completed "Between Hell And Oblivion" long player, which was recorded at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) and offers up 11 tracks of mile-high deathgrind brutality as well as the debut of vocalist, Stevie Boiser who replace Sherwood Webber (Skinless) last Summer.
Savor the audio punishment at this location.
Comments drummer Andon Guenther of the song: "I think 'Forged From Suffering' is one of the songs that defines our sound and gives listeners and insight into our personal musical tastes. It's got the d-beat/Discharge/Motorhead influence, coupled with our love for all things grindcore and just good, old fashioned, no-frills death metal.
"It's also a song we wrote as a follow up to the song ‘Means To A Dead End,’ and the writing approach was very deliberate to incorporate those ideas and give listeners an updated version of that song. It just rocks and that's all we really intended it to do. No more and no less. Moreover, it's a song that blends many genres but doesn't sound like it's a forced issue, and I think that's why it means so much to me on a personal level and that's a skill that Enemy Reign has been honing since its inception."
Denver death metal horde Enemy Reign recently completed work on a new full-length entitled "Between Hell And Oblivion." The offering was recorded at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) and offers up 11 tracks of mile-high deathgrind brutality as well as the debut of vocalist, Stevie Boiser who replaced former throat, Sherwood Webber (Skinless), last Summer.
Commented the band on the output: “Between Hell And Oblivion is a huge milestone for Enemy Reign both as a band and for us individually. It means we didn't give up even when we were written off, and accomplishing that feels great. Musically, we set out to refine what we feel our style of death metal is. We aren't pretentious people, and this is not a pretentious album. It's a no nonsense death metal album that pays homage to all the bands we grew up with and love, while keeping an eye on how we can add our own artistic license and create something we could listen to everyday. And we do...so enjoy the reign.”
Italy's Modus Delicti and Colorado's Enemy Reign have teamed up for a new upcoming split release through Selfmadegod Records. The label commented on the bands:
"Modus Delicti was formed in 2004 by Clod the Ripper (Septycal Gorge, Blasphemer, etc.) and has since unleashed a trio of splits, an EP and a full-length album, in addition to multiple compilation appearances. The lyrics of these new songs are taken from original letters sent to the police from infamous serial killers including BTK, David Berkowitz and Jack the Ripper, and the music is tighter than ever, as always blending elements of brutal death and grindcore.
"Previously led by former Skinless vocalist Sherwood Webber, Enemy Reign's lineup also features drummer Andon Guenther, co-creator of Sick Drummer Magazine. Formed in Denver in 2008, Enemy Reign self-released their debut Means To A Dead End EP in 2008, which brought immediate worldwide acclaim, eventually gaining official European distribution via Neurotic Records. Every moment of these tracks rage with the intense Enemy Reign concoction of early 90’s death metal, late 80’s grindcore and brutal East Coast hardcore, and are the last to feature the signature vocals of Webber, who has since left the band."
After a brief hiatus, Denver death metallers Enemy Reign are welcoming new vocalist Stevie Boiser to the fold. Boiser replaces former vocalist Sherwood Webber (Skinless), who parted with the band amicably last year following a European tour, which included a slot on the Neurotic Deathfest. No stranger to the scene, Boiser comes from Calculating Geonocide and has made several fill-in appearances for various bands including Vale Of Pnath.
Commented Boiser on joining the ruckus: "I'm stoked to be working with such an awesome bunch of dudes. This is definitely the most in-your-face band I've ever been in, and the new material is coming along really well! I know I've got some pretty big shoes to fill but I'm confident I can do the job, and I intend to give this band my all. I'm excited to get out and show people exactly what we are capable of. Keep your eyes and ears open, because this is only the beginning."
Enemy Reign released the "Means To A Dead End" EP in Europe through Neurotic Records last year. The EP was recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) in 2008. To check out the EP in its entirety, visit the band's YouTube channel at this location.
The band is currently plotting an upcoming new full-length, to be recorded sometime this Fall. Stay tuned for details.
Denver death metal battalion Enemy Reign will make their live European debut at the 2010 edition of the Neurotic Deathfest. The festival also features bands such as Bolt Thrower, Carcass, Pestilence, Dying Fetus, and Napalm Death. The band will play The Middle Stage at 6:25pm. Visit this location for further info on the festival. In addition, Enemy Reign vocalist Sherwood Webber (DJ Thunderwheel) will be teaming up with Malignancy vocalist Danny Nelson (Bruticus) for a special DJ set to close out Saturday night.
The band will follow Neurotic Deathfest with the following upcoming tour dates:
4/30/2010 Neurotic Deathfest - Tilburg (NL)
5/02/2010 Frontline - Gent (BE)
5/03/2010 The Perfect 5th - Taunton (UK)
5/04/2010 The Exeter Cavern Club - Exeter (UK)
5/05/2010 South Of The Border - London (UK)
5/07/2010 Sas, Delemont (CH)
5/08/2010 Emmen Metal Festival - Emmen (NL)
5/12/2010 Abaton - Prague (CZ)
5/13/2010 Archiv - Potsdam (DE)
5/14/2010 AJZ Bahndamm - Wermelskirchen (DE)
Denver death metallers ENEMY REIGN are pleased to welcome newest member Phil Turner of Colorado metal outfit Drive-In Massacre. Turner takes the place of former bassist Cassie Begay, who recently left the band for personal reasons.
ENEMY REIGN will release their critically-acclaimed "Means To A Dead End" EP in Europe through Neurotic Records on April 5th. The EP was recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) in 2008. The European version will contain one newly recorded exclusive bonus track entitled "If The Truth Hurts...Suffer," as well as exclusive art work and other bonus materials. More...
Denver, Colorado death metal squadron ENEMY REIGN recently posted live footage from their hometown show on January 25th opening for Nile, Immolation and Krisiun. Check out "Throw Myself To The Wolves" from the band's critically acclaimed Means To A Dead End EP plus two new tracks, "Make Enemies" and "Tormented Masses," here.
The band will release "Means To A Dead End" in Europe through Neurotic Records on April 5th. The EP was recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) in 2008. The European version will contain one newly recorded exclusive bonus track entitled "If The Truth Hurts...Suffer," as well as exclusive art work and other bonus materials.
ENEMY REIGN will perform in Cheyenne, Wyoming at The Atlas Theatre supporting Deadspeak on February 26, 2010 [posted above]. In April, the band will appear on the 2010 edition of the Neurotic Deathfest featuring Bolt Thrower, Carcass, Dying Fetus, Insision, Lock Up, Napalm Death and Origin (among many others), followed by a tour throughout Europe. Confirmed dates thus far include:
4/30/2010 The Neurotic Deathfest - Tilburg, Netherlands [http://www.neuroticdeathfest.com]
5/08/2010 SAS -Delemont, Switzerland [http://www.sasdelemont.ch]
5/12/2010 Abaton - Prague, Czech Republic w/Bolt Thrower, Rotting Christ, and Dew Scented [http://www.prostorabaton.cz/novinky.php]
5/15/2010 AJZ - Bahndamm, Germany [http://www.ajzbahndamm.de]
Denver, CO extreme metal band ENEMY REIGN will play a hometown show with death metal bands Nile, Immolation, Krisiun and Dreaming Dead on Monday, January 25, 2010 at the Bluebird Theater [3317 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO]. View tour poster here.
In related news, the band will release their "Means To A Dead End EP" in Europe through Neurotic Records. The EP was recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) in 2008 and, until now, was self-distributed through the ENEMY REIGN online webstore. The European version of this EP will contain one newly recorded exclusive bonus track entitled "If The Truth Hurts...Suffer," as well as exclusive art work. More...
Colorado-based extreme metallers ENEMY REIGN will release their "Means To A Dead End" EP in Europe through Neurotic Records. The EP was recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) in 2008 and, until now, self-distributed through the ENEMY REIGN online webstore. The European version of this EP will contain one newly recorded exclusive bonus track entitled "If The Truth Hurts...Suffer." The European version will also have exclusive art work and other bonus materials. You can check out the cover here.
ENEMY REIGN features the lineup of former Skinless vocalist Sherwood Webber alongside drummer Andon Guenther (Deadspeak; creative director, programmer, and co-creator of Sick Drummer Magazine), guitarist Nick Guenther (Becoming The Enemy, Masakado) and bassist Cassie Begay (Throat Culture/Throcult, Deadspeak).
In conjunction with the EP's European release, the band will appear on the 2010 edition of the Neurotic Deathfest featuring Bolt Thrower, Carcass, Dying Fetus, Insision, Lock Up, Napalm Death and Origin (among many others), followed by a tour throughout Europe (dates TBA).
The band is currently working on their as-yet-untitled debut full-length. Further details are to be unveiled soon.
Colorado extreme metallers ENEMY REIGN were recently added to the illustrious Neurotic Deathfest 2010 lineup! The Neurotic Deathfest is Europe's premier indoor death metal event. Originally known as the Rotterdam Deathfest (2004 and 2005), the organizers changed the name to Neurotic Deathfest in 2006 when they decided to move the festivities to a new venue and city.
Other confirmed bands are as follows (in alphabetical order) :
Beneath The Massacre
Six Feet Under
Viral Load More...
Denver, Colorado extreme metal band ENEMY REIGN, has posted their entire new EP, "Means To A Dead End," in its entirety at this location. "Means To A Dead End" was recorded by Dave Otero at Flatline Audio (Cephalic Carnage and Martriden). The band will record their as yet untitled full-length in early 2010.