NEVERMORE/SANCTUARY Singer WARREL DANE Featured On SHADED ENMITY Song

NEVERMORE/SANCTUARY Singer WARREL DANE Featured On SHADED ENMITY Song

Seattle metal band SHADED ENMITY has released a song called "And Life Was Great..." featuring Warrel Dane (NEVERMORE, SANCTUARY) on lead vocals. The track, which was recorded, mixed and mastered by Aaron Smith (7 HORNS 7 EYES, JEFF LOOMIS, INTO THE FLOOD) at Envisage Audio, is exclusively available for download on Bandcamp.

"And Life Was Great..." was laid down during the sessions for SHADED ENMITY's most recent release, "Forsaken And Forgotten", which came out in June. The album is currently available via iTunes, Bandcamp and various other digital music providers.

SHADED ENMITY plans to press a limited-edition digipack version of "Forsaken And Forgotten" which will also include the single "And Life Was Great..." featuring Dane.

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