ENEMYNSIDE: New Album Out Now

Italian thrashers ENEMYNSIDE have issued the following update:

"After long and troubled discussions that led the band to cancel their record deal with Sleaszy Rider Records, ENEMYNSIDE are happy to announce that their second album, 'In The Middle Of Nowhere', is now available through Hatestone Records.

"ENEMYNSIDE are one of the best examples of contemporary thrash metal, where high-speed, high-energy riffs mix with a great songwriting and melodic moments. 'In The Middle Of Nowhere' is their second studio album and features 10 new tracks, including the first single 'Burnt By The Sun' and 'Unfold', two songs that represent the different souls of ENEMYNSIDE. The band has a great live experience supporting bands like DISMEMBER, KONKHRA, TANKARD, BEHEMOTH, ANCIENT, SABATON, EVERGREY, EXTREMA and PAUL DI'ANNO, in Italy and other European countries, expecially Sweden and is ready to rock all over Europe with a tour to promote the release of the new album in spring 2009."

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


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