ADVERSARY Announces New Bassist

Manassas, Virginia's ADVERSARY has issued the following update:

"ADVERSARY is very proud to announce the addition of our new bass player, Noamel Gonzalez! Noamel is a veteran of the East Coast metal scene and has played in bands such as BLACKBODY LOCUS (with ADVERSARY guitarists Brad Ryder and Kenny Harrison) and IT CUTS THE BODIES. Now he is bringing his considerable talents and charisma to the ADVERSARY family!"

Commented Noamel: "I didn't think twice about joining ADVERSARY when they asked me. I'm very excited to be playing music with my good friends again, and can't wait to see what the future will hold for us. ADVERSARY is back in business and ready to do the damn thing!"

"Singularity", the latest video from ADVERSARY, can be viewed below. The song is the title track of the band's debut album, which was released on November 11, 2008 via Trustkill Records. The CD was recorded at Assembly Line Studios in Vienna, Virginia with Kevin "131" Gutierrez (RAVEN, DYSRHYTHMIA) at the helm and contains "ten tracks of intense, riff-heavy, bone-crushing power," according to a press relase.

Check out a "Singularity" e-card at this location.

According to a press release, ADVERSARY "infuse a distinctly American sensibility into their groove heavy brand of metal. When the band was in the studio recording 'Singularity', Trustkill caught wind of them and without hesitation made them an offer, the band immediately inked the deal with the label. Together they plan to catapult this infectious, vitriolic sound into the consciousness of the heavy music adoring masses."


William Clapp - Vocals
Kenny Harrison - Guitars
Brad Ryder - Guitars
Noamel Gonzalez - Bass
Justin Green - Drums

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