ENEMYNSIDE: 'Withering' Video Teaser Available

A teaser for the "Withering" video from Italian thrashers ENEMYNSIDE can be seen below. The clip was filmed last November inside an old building that used to house a psychiatric hospital.

"Withering" comes off ENEMYNSIDE's forthcoming album, "Whatever Comes", due later this year. The CD, which was recorded at Temple Of Noise studios, features a guest appearance by vocalist/guitarist Richie Kotzen (formerly of POISON and MR. BIG), who has contributed a guitar solo to the track "Too Many Times".

Commented ENEMYNSIDE vocalist/guitarist Francesco "Frallo" Cremisini: "I'm very proud to have such a great musician playing a solo on the band's new album. He's one of the most talented guitar players around and a really nice person."

Added ENEMYNSIDE guitarist Matteo Bellezza: "The song he plays the solo on had this kind of instrumental part in the middle which sounded quite unusual for us because the first half is just with bass and drums and the second half with rythm guitars too. We needed something different from the other solos on the album, something really distintive, a solo which could play the lead role once the song gets there. Thanks to Richie now we got it!"

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ENEMYNSIDE's second album, "In The Middle Of Nowhere", was released in 2008 through Hatestone Records.

For more information, www.facebook.com/enemynside.

"Withering" video teaser:

"Too Many Times" audio stream:


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