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Mine Enemies Fall (MEF) / Press

“Then a band that blew me away. Mine Enemies Fall came on after a 5 min. setup that's what I'm talking about. When they came out to very loud cheers. I got right into the pit for this Machine Head like band. The pit really started going as I got knocked on my ass a few times. It was a short 30 min. set but it was a great time. 8/10 ”

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“Mine Enemies Fall traveled all the way to Wilkesboro, N.C. to record its latest EP, which dropped Nov. 6 at The Orbit Room. It was well worth the drive as M.E.F has laid claim to one of the most polished metal albums to find its way into our office. The band worked with The Autumn Offering’s Tommy Church down at the Old House Studio, and Church even did some guitar work on the album. “It was the first time we had really worked with a producer,” MEF vocalist Joe Sonntag said. “There were a lot of ideas that made our music better. We definitely plan on using him again on our next CD.” Right out of the gate, the meticulous mastering process was well documented as the band slips in and out of different meters in “Bastard Machine”, the first of five tracks on the CD. After dark and ominous intros usher in the first three tracks, the listener begs for an explosive opener to a song. That’s exactly what they get with “Spades”, a 2:24 joint that hears Sonntag’s expert scre”

“......Sonntag’s expert screaming fall to a low growl for a welcomed change of pace. While the slower “27 Years In Hell” was a tad forgettable, this EP is a full-on assault on your audio senses and is an incredibly explosive and well-done album. [4.5 out of 5 stars]”