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Album Review

Quiet and haunting to loud and brooding, these guys come across as an emotional roller coaster who have absolutely no problem getting all the attention at a crowded party. Featuring members of Godheadsilo and Low, Enemymine limit themselves as a dueling bass guitar trio glued together by a set of traps, but that doesn't mean their sound is lighthearted or minimal. Rather, their moody tone leaves the listener unprepared for what direction these guys are going to take next. With that excitement fueled by their ability to make their instruments sound nothing like they're supposed to, Enemymine come nowhere near the classification of boring, artsy-fartsy, or redundant, even with their instrumental tracks.

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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