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The Ice In Me

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Album Review

Since moving to Up Records and replacing a member from Low with a member from Godheadsilo, Enemy Mine have taken more of a direct metal approach rather than trying to make their instruments sound like anything else rather than what they're suppose to. The Ice in Me resembles their debut EP of heavy dual bass guitars and an obvious hats off to The Melvins. But with little experimentation this time around, this album subtracts the distinctions between Enemy Mine and any other Sabbath-influenced hard rock act. The Ice in Me remains to rocks out and is guaranteed to blow the glasses off of the average Up Records listener, if only the band would scrap the cheesy death metal logo.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

With their dual bassist and ability to make their instruments sound anything similar to bass guitars, ENEMYMINE has been synonymous with adjectives such as minimal, dark and experimental. Stemming from the imaginations of Mike Kunka (Godheadsilo), Zak Sally (Low) and Danny Sasaki in late 1998, the three of them wanted to create something different to unsuspecting ears. So with Kunka on bass, Sasaki on the skins and Sally on second bass, (who's comminuting all the way from Duluth, MN no less) ENEMYMINE...
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