ENEMYNSIDE: More Video Footage From The Studio Posted Online

Italian thrashers ENEMYNSIDE entered Temple Of Noise studios in April to begin recording their new album, tentatively titled "The Black Issue". Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Withering Addiction", "The Cure", "Pitch Black", "Reveries" and "Faith No More".

The third in a series of webisodes documenting the recording process for the new album can be viewed below.

ENEMYNSIDE last year parted ways with guitarist Davide "Dave" Scala and replaced him with Tommy.

ENEMYNSIDE's current lineup:

Frallo: Voice
Matt: Guitar
Tommy: Guitar
Suez: Bass
Nyk: Drums

ENEMYNSIDE supported BLAZE BAYLEY (ex-IRON MAIDEN, WOLFSBANE) on a tour of Finland and Sweden in April 2009.

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

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


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