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Biografia

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    • Francesco de Honestis (2010 – 2013)

Enemynside has released two official demos in 1999 and the first official record titled "Let The Madness Begin…" in 2003 for the indie record label Temple Of Noise/Frontiers Records distribution.
In 2005 the band released a videoclip for the song “Your Enemy Inside” taken from the Madness album, for some weeks the videoclip has been in the rotation on the alternative italian music televisions.
In …the same year the song "Hatestone" (taken from the same album) was included in the July issue of the Rock Hard magazine in Germany.
For the promotion of the first album the band played all around Italy and abroad as supporting act of Konkhra, Dismember and Tankard, while playing live also as Metallica cover band.

In 2006/2007 Enemynside has recorded the second album titled "In The Middle Of Nowhere", it was released in 2008 through Hatestone Records/New Model Label all over Europe; a promotional videoclip for the song “Burnt By The Sun” was also released.
The band have had the opportunity to play in clubs and festivals with Paul Di Anno, Evergrey, Extrema, All Ends and Sabaton; in 2009 they did a Scandinavian tour as support act for the Blaze Bayley band.

In 2010 the band began the recordings of their third album, and have set "Whatever comes" as the title; the CD was recorded at Temple Of Noise studio in Rome with Richie Kotzen as special guest with a guitar solo on the song "Too Many Times". "Whatever Comes" has been released on 10/Sept/2012 through Mighty Music/Target Distribution.
In 2013 Enemynside went on hiatus until 2017 when the band got back together to release a new EP titled “Dead Nation Army” and a new full length album “Chaos Machine” in 2019. During these years Enemynside have toured Italy and Europe to promote their music sharing the stage with bands like Destruction, Angelus Apatrida, Necrodeath, Flotsam And Jetsam and many more

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