ENEMYNSIDE Signs With SLEASZY RIDER RECORDS

Italian thrashers ENEMYNSIDE have inked a deal with Sleaszy Rider Records. The group's sophomore album, "In the Middle of Nowhere", was recorded in March 2006 at 16th Cellar Studios with producer Stefano Morabito (HOUR OF PENANCE, THEATRES DES VAMPIRES) and is scheduled for release in early 2008. The front cover for the CD was designed by Davide Nadalin of Nerve Design.

ENEMYNSIDE's video for the song "Burnt by the Sun" can be viewed below. The clip was shot on November 16, 2006 with director Riccarco Frediani, who previously worked with the group on the "Your Enemy Inside" video.

ENEMYNSIDE last year announced the addition of guitarist Davide Scala to the group's ranks. He took over for Francesco "Frallinsane" Cremisini, who is now focusing on the lead vocal duties.

ENEMYNSIDE released its debut album, "Let The Madness Begin...", in May 2004 through Temple of Noise Records.

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