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A Thousand Enemies

A Thousand Enemies

A Thousand Enemies


Formed in the summer of 2011, A Thousand Enemies rose from the ashes of Isolysis and Two Minutes Hate. Featuring the iconic Bane on vocals and Dave ‘RickStein’ Wright on drums, the line-up was rounded out by the addition of former Two Minutes Hate men, the accomplished Harwood on guitar, Andy ‘Snakes’ Goulter on bass and, hitherto unknown six-string genius, Phil Wilbraham. The chemistry and magnetism produced by this meeting of kindred musical Read more on Last.fm
Formed in the summer of 2011, A Thousand Enemies rose from the ashes of Isolysis and Two Minutes Hate. Featuring the iconic Bane on vocals and Dave ‘RickStein’ Wright on drums, the line-up was rounded out by the addition of former Two Minutes Hate men, the accomplished Harwood on guitar, Andy ‘Snakes’ Goulter on bass and, hitherto unknown six-string genius, Phil Wilbraham. The chemistry and magnetism produced by this meeting of kindred musical spirits meant progress was rapid and by October the band had completed writing several songs and were proud to release a preview of their debut single, ‘And Nothing Remains’. The song was an instant hit with hundreds of plays within a few hours and soon the band’s manager, Tracy Holland, was inundated with requests for further information from promoters and venues up and down the country. The musicians’ influences, which surely are the very definition of the word ‘eclectic’, include Skid Row, Motley Crue, In Flames, Alter Bridge, Joe Satriani, Killswitch Engage and Forever Never. However, the greatest bands are not defined by their influences but use them to springboard to something truly unique, something truly their own and such is the case with A Thousand Enemies. The core of the band’s sound is a unique blend of the classic rock stylings of Wilbraham allied to the modern metallic attack of Harwood. Added to that, the distinctive and instantly recognisable voice of Bane meant the band instantly hit upon that which many bands spend years seeking: a sound all of their own. Something that is far greater than the sum of its constituent parts. www.athousandenemies.com www.facebook.com/athousandenemies www.reverbnation.com/athousandenemiesuk @theeenemiesuk Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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