ENEMY IS US “Venomized” /CD/

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The second full-length album by Swedish Melodic Death/Thrash Metal band.
Enemy Is Us is keeping their native country’s Metal legacy alive by delivering an explosive mixture of old school Swedish Death Metal and new school Thrash Metal and adding just a touch of Hardcore aggression.
The album starts at full throttle, kicking in with a massive wall of sound in "Through Vile Black Blood", only to slow down a little bit in the third track, which carries the cool name of "Show Me Them Horns". The melodic parts everywhere are embedded in the heavy songs. For example the backing vocals in "End This Life"; melodic yet not too present, which makes sure the main focus is on Ronnie Nyman’s vocals after all. Also the length of songs (except for the last one) keep things interesting with a length under four minutes. This way you can keep moshing around your room all by yourself without losing interest because of too long, boring passages. It’s all really straightforward, no bullshit whatsoever!
Enemy Is Us would do a splendid job on stage, creating a massive, grooving sound of Death/Thrash Metal. Be sure to check it out ‘cause many of you will like this. Show them horns f***ers!
Eleven tracks of hook filled choruses and unforgettable riffs that will surely help to propel Enemy Is Us into the Metal spotlight where they will soon stand with the likes of At The Gates and Entombed as true champions of their homeland!!
Enhanced CD features video clip “Through Vile Black Blood”.
Bastardized Recordings, 2008 (BE031). Made in Germany. First press.


Tracklist:
1. Through Vile Black Blood 2:38
2. My Cross To Bear 3:54
3. Show Me Them Horns 3:16
4. Venomized 3:51
5. End This Life 3:36
6. We Are The Filth 3:28
7. Tear This World Apart 3:17
8. The Red Inside 3:35
9. Carnal Betray 3:20
10. At The End Of My Rope 3:47
11. Heading Towards The Light 7:15
Total playing time: 41:57


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