ENEMY REIGN: Two Songs From Debut EP Posted Online
ENEMY REIGN, the band featuring Sherwood Webber (formerly of SKINLESS) and members of DEADSPEAK, has posted two songs from its debut EP, "Means to a Dead End", on the group's Myspace page. Check out the tracks "Command" (available as a free download) and "Isolate" at this location.
"Means to a Dead End" was recorded, mixed, and mastered by by Dave Otero (CEPHALIC CARNAGE, MARTRIDEN) at Flatline Audio and is due out within the next two months as an MP3 download, on CD and on vinyl.
Commented Webber: "This record means a lot to me and ENEMY REIGN. I feel it marks my best work in the metal kingdom. It will be a great stepping stone for ENEMY REIGN to show the world what we’re all about and give Denver a swift kick in the ass. Dave Otero was great to work with, it’s was amazing for me to be back in the studio with four years of pent-up aggression to unleash. The ENEMY REIGN crew is great to work with, a lot of drive and commitment."
"Means to a Dead End" track listing:
03. Means to a Dead End
04. Throw Myself to the Wolves
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