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Colorado death metallers Enemy Reign are streaming their song “Bathed In Flames” and you can check it out right here. The song is off the band’s self-issued full-length album Between Hell And Oblivion. Click here to order the album for six bucks.

The 11-track album was recorded at Flatline Audio under the watchful gaze of superstar producer Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al). This album is the debut of vocalist Stevie Boiser who replaced former vocalist Sherwood Webber (Skinless).

Guitarist Nick Guenther said this about the new album: “This album is made for the brutal few. It’s dark and unapologetic. During the writing process, we all drew from different influences, which helped keep the material fresh from song to song. We never restrict ourselves to any sub genre or current metal trend. While spirit breaking brutality was our main focus, we made sure to keep that classic and catchy ENEMY REIGN riff-age intact.”

Boiser added: “We set out to make something that we would want to listen to, and that’s exactly what we did. Between Hell And Oblivion is the next step in our evolution and the apotheosis of what ENEMY REIGN stands for; fast and brutal death metal. If that’s what you’re into check it out, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.”


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Colorado death metal band Enemy Reign has recently premiered a new track on GunShyAssassin. The new track “Forged From Suffering” is off the band’s new album Between Hell And Oblivion. You can check it out right here.

Drummer Andon Guenther commented on the song: “I think ‘Forged From Suffering’ is one of the songs that defines our sound and gives listeners and insight into our personal musical tastes. It’s got the d-beat/Discharge/Motorhead influence, coupled with our love for all things grindcore and just good, old fashioned, no-frills death metal. It’s also a song we wrote as a follow up to the song ‘Means To A Dead End,’ and the writing approach was very deliberate to incorporate those ideas and give listeners an updated version of that song. It just rocks and that’s all we really intended it to do. No more and no less. Moreover, it’s a song that blends many genres but doesn’t sound like it’s a forced issue, and I think that’s why it means so much to me on a personal level and that’s a skill that ENEMY REIGN has been honing since its inception.”

The new album has recently been completed and offers up 11 new tracks of deathgrind brutality as well as the debut of vocalist Stevie Bosier, who replaced former vocalist Sherwood Webber (Skinless) last summer. It was recorded at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, etc.). The album will be available on digital download and vinyl in the coming weeks. We’ll keep you posted.

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Enemy Reign Announce Upcoming Album “Between Hell And Oblivion”

Posted by JDKleinhans on Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 9:58 PM (PST)

Denver death metal horde, Enemy Reign recently completed work on their long-awaited new full-length. Entitled Between Hell And Oblivion, the offering was recorded at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Cobalt et al) and offers up 11 tracks of mile-high deathgrind brutality as well as the debut of vocalist, Stevie Boiser who replaced former throat, Sherwood Webber (Skinless), last summer.

Commented the band on the output: “Between Hell And Oblivion is a huge milestone for Enemy Reign both as a band and for us individually. It means we didn’t give up even when we were written off, and accomplishing that feels great. Musically, we set out to refine what we feel our style of death metal is. We aren’t pretentious people, and this is not a pretentious album. It’s a no nonsense death metal album that pays homage to all the bands we grew up with and love, while keeping an eye on how we can add our own artistic license and create something we could listen to everyday. And we do…so enjoy the reign.”

For further details and a track listing head on over here.

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