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About Enemy Remains
To know the band ENEMY REMAINS one must first take a solid look at the drummer Steve Zimmerman who achieved a Gold Record from the first 4 Fates Warning albums off Metal Blade Records. You must also take in with empathy, the lyrics which embrace emotion along with the precise speed chugging, & progressive heavy guitar riffs of former Molten’s Lore and Interface member, Thomas Blardo. These two inseparable team players create the core members of ENEMY REMAINS
ENEMY REMAINS was formed in late November 2005, completing its first 6 song demo project at HG Recording studio in Deltona, Florida in 2007. Through the past 6 years, Enemy Remains continued to establish many successes including becoming sponsored by Dirtbag Clothing through their new management WitchWizard Entertainment, adding lifetime endorsement from Vic Firth for Steve Zimmerman. ENEMY REMAINS graced the stage at Locobazooka 2007, they also contributed to performing Dragon Fest 2008 helping to raise money for Autism of Connecticut. In the year 2009 to 2010 the band would take a year off from performing to write their first album, Two Faces Two Minds, including rewriting older material to enhance and include a different style more fitting for the industry.
ENEMY REMAINS in Summer of 2011 entered the Rockstar Uproar Festival in July succeeding in the band's exposure and moving to the next level of their careers, this included a major come back for the band as they engaged their music to a younger fan base and brought attention to themselves worldwide through several Internet Stations and online magazines. The Summer of 2011 was also the unveiling of Rockband, promoting their single "Live For Today" on the video game starting with a meet "n" greet which was scheduled at Newington GameStop, along with a live performance with first singer Kevin Flowers flown from Arizona at Up or On The Rocks.
Winter of 2012, ENEMY REMAINS, finalized their auditions, & would improve and solidify the band, adding newest members, Glen Reed on Bass formerly of "Skull Hammer". Their next audition would bring Jesse Friedlander on guitars, the youngest in the band. Jesse won 106.9 WCCC's contest, an Ibanez guitar and played onstage live with All That Remains. ATR was on the Uranium Tour with Black Label Society, Anchored and Hourcast. While watching a “Shotgun Trust” performance both the drummer and guitarist with manager agreed that Jeff Craig on vocals would add the final touch to the final piece to Enemy’s puzzle.
ENEMY REMAINS with its newest lineup tracked their hit release “ Remember Tomorrow with Tommy Blardo on vocals at Silk City Music Factory, in Manchester CT as a sneak peek of what is to come on their next album.
Steve Zimmerman will be reunited on the same stage of his former band Fates Warning for the Arch/Matheos show May 5th at The Webster Theater.
All Music By Enemy Remains © 201