Enemy Reign Announces Split Release With Modus Delicti
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."
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