Enemy Reign | Means to a Dead End

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Means to a Dead End

by Enemy Reign

Brutal Death/Grind tearing up the scene from Denver.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Command
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2. Isolate
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3. Means to a Dead End
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4. Throw Myself to the Wolves
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5. Abuse
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Former SKINLESS Vocalist Sherwood Webber's new project featuring Andon and Cassie from Deadspeak.


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Nate Johanssen

DEATH F***ING METAL!
I have been a huge Skinless for many many years... and Webber's departure from that band had me worried. Worry no more.

This EP blasts with pure brutality from beginning to end! With the addition of some sweet thrashy riffage and some all out grindcore influence... I'm going to say that this is by far the best Sherwood has ever sounded. It's catchy as hell and I find myself humming these songs and singing the lyrics in my head all day.

Good good GREAT!

A must have.


NJ

Nate Johanssen

DEATH F***ING METAL!
I have been a huge Skinless for many many years... and Webber's departure from that band had me worried. Worry no more.

This EP blasts with pure brutality from beginning to end! With the addition of some sweet thrashy riffage and some all out grindcore influence... I'm going to say that this is by far the best Sherwood has ever sounded. It's catchy as hell and I find myself humming these songs and singing the lyrics in my head all day.

Good good GREAT!

A must have.


NJ