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Chosen Enemies at Tony Vs with Tacoma's Pyscho 78. Best punk show in Everett for sure.
9pm 21+ $5
Sounds Like: The Insurgence, Dropkick Murphys, *Black Flag*, Anti Flag, NOFX - Official Page
Manager: Chosen Enemies
Bio: 4 guys grew up together in the blue-collar town of Marysville, WA and as teenagers in the late 90s they started playing punk rock music all over the Puget Sound. They continue to do that today as the Everett/Seattle based band Chosen Enemies. With a strong commitment to punk rock as an art form C...See Full Bio
Chosen Enemies has a show on 07/07/2013 at 08:00 PM @ The Comet Tavern in Seattle, WA http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/212502236 #concert
“Chosen Enemies is not the typical teenage-angst filled punk band, but rather a more sophisticated take on what the band describes as a “way of life.” The members of Chosen Enemies originally started playing music together about a decade ago, under the name Repose; a band who had the reputation for putting on chaotic, energy filled shows that attracted the attention of the Marysville PD. As time passed, the members of Repose drifted apart, but slowly found themselves back together again, and began working on new material. The result of their hard work was a three-track EP entitled Sin and the Curse, released in 2010. Recorded in the hall where the band practices, the EP has the feeling of a live set that is often missing from recorded tracks today. Their sound is raw, but with a refined edge that is accessible to more than just hardcore punk fans.”
Ask Chosen Enemies anything...
Q: Do you guys play fast tempos with odd time signatures? -Tim Dog
A: No , we got away from that after the main source of our inspiration disbanded. They were a Sweet Grind Metal band from Buffalo called Ripping Hammer. They were really great to mosh to.
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sun Sep 30 2012All Questions