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Shaded Enmity Streaming New Song "Sadness In Summer Rain"

Seattle metal band Shaded Enmity has released a song titled "Sadness In Summer Rain" from upcoming album "Forsaken and Forgotten." Check out the track below. Commented vocalist/guitarist Joe Nurre:

"From February to April we worked diligently with producer/engineer Aaron Smith (who has worked with bands such as Into the Flood, 7 Horns 7 Eyes, Culling the Weak) to create the album 'Forsaken and Forgotten.' Since we do not have a label or any sort of backing, we put this entire album together by ourselves with the help of Aaron. The amount of detail and attention that Aaron paid to even the smallest things really shows in his work with us. We recorded the entire thing with him and he mixed and mastered it as well.

"This also marks our bassist Jesse Heidner's first appearance with us on an album. We parted ways a few months ago with Steven Cheng who was the other guitarist, and replacing him is a guy named Spenser Hodge. Spenser brought a whole entirely new aspect to our music with his solos. He is an absolutely phenomenal lead player and we let him handle most of the guitar solos on this album. In the next few weeks we plan to stream the entire new album with options to pre-order. The album is 12 songs and 68 minutes long, and is obviously our most mature effort yet. We really appreciate everyone's support and comments along the way and we are proud to bring you this album."

The album's track listing is:

1. We are the Forsaken, We are the Forgotten
2. This is Federal
3. Sadness in Summer Rain
4. No Puedo Dormir
5. If Heaven's Gates are Closed, Will You Wait For Me?
6. ...And Life Was Great
7. What Have You Done, Oxycontin?
8. Indica Dreams
9. It Only Hurts in December
10. Prophecies and Pain
11. They Were Only Children [The Touch of Perversion]
12. Alleviant Sativa

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