DYNABYTE: Hard At Work On 'I'm My Enemy' Video

DYNABYTE, the Italian band featuring former OPERA IX vocalist Cadaveria and NECRODEATH bassist John, are currently working on a video clip for the song "I'm My Enemy", remixed by John and LJ Dusk (guitar) and produced by Flegias (NECRODEATH).

"I'm My Enemy" comes off the group's debut album, "Extreme Mental Piercing", available now on Rotten Inc. Records.

The 10-song effort was recorded between May and November 2003 at Dynabyte and Capt. Woofer studios and was mixed and mastered by John and LJ Dusk between December 2003 and January 2004 at Dynabyte studio.

The album, which is said to feature "an unexpected mix of FEAR FACTORY and RAMMSTEIN," contains the following track listing:

01. I'll Rise
02. I'm My Enemy (mp3)
03. I Stand Still
04. Immigrant Song (LED ZEPPELIN cover) (mp3)
05. Face the Storm
06. In Another Context
07. Final Condition (mp3)
08. 178
09. My Brain
10. Dynabyte

For more information, visit www.dynabyte.it.


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