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Ashes of Your Enemy / Press

“Joining Lies Beneath will be Alekhine's Gun, No Remission, Ashes of Your Enemy and Eyes Like Cyanide. Additionally, the event will be hosted by Horns Up Rocks founder Jo Schüftan and Tim Martinez (DJ Tim No 37) of No Mercy Metal, and DJed by Alissa Shimansky of Brutal Bitches Productions.”

“Ashes of Your Enemy from New Jersey unleashing their fury!”

“The events were hosted by Metal Sanaz and headlined by last years Project Independent winner Aghori from San Diego, California. Joining Aghori at the main event on Tuesday, October 3rd at Public Assembly were: Lies Beneath, Scars Of Envy, Olom, Ashes Of Your Enemy, and Nostrom. Not even 24 hours later, the VIP event took place at The Trash Bar. This event welcomed the "surprise" unannounced guests Resolution 15 and Bangladeafy. All in all the performances were very tight, and we commend all the bands that took part of this events!”

“It has been confirmed by Horns Up Rocks that Ashes Of Your Enemy will be performing on Wednesday, September 13, 2011, with the legendary Georgian Heavy Metal band Sevendust at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey.”

“Unfortunately, thanks to Jersey Turnpike traffic, I missed opening band New Theory, but I arrived just in time to see my bro, Shottie and his boys in Ashes of Your Enemy tear it up! Ashes of Your Enemy, who are now a four-piece with singer Kevin Schormann picking up the guitar, opened with an appropriate song, “Face Of The Flood,” but then ripped through songs like “Heartless Divine,” “Embodiment of Rage,” “Black Out The Sun,” “Cancer Society,” “Soul Cannot Be Saved” and “Hate Anthem.” These guys are vets of the Jersey music scene, and their performance on that Starland stage proved why. With singer Kevin Schormann’s Shadows Fall-esque vocals and Shottie’s crunching and energetic guitar riffs, they left this rabid anti-Big 4 crowd begging for more, and they were about to get it!”

“DD: With all the sub categories of metal, what would you label AOYE? Shottie: What were we called in that one article?? Funky death core?? Joey: Yeah, modern thrash metal - thrash with a modern twist Kevin: I don’t know - modern thrash”