On June 2nd, Ohio-based hardcore/metal outfit ENABLER will be releasing a limited edition 7″/digital single, titled By Demons Denied, that contains an extended version of the title track, along with two exclusive b-sides, “The Flame” and “Some Things Are Worth Living For”. The standard version of “By Demons Denied” will appear on the band’s upcoming Century Media debut full-length, Fail to Feel Safe; the lyric video for the album version can be viewed now online:
To pre-order the By Demons Denied 7″, please visit ENABLER’s official merch store: http://www.enablermke.bigcartel.com
Next week, ENABLER will appear at this year’s Temples Fest in the United Kingdom, then hit the road with MEEK IS MURDER in North America.
ENABLER tour dates with MEEK IS MURDER
June 1 – Torrington, CT @ Snapper Magee’s
June 2 – Providence, RI @ Dusk
June 3 – Allston, MA @ O’Briens
June 4 – Quebec City, QC @ La Source Martinière
June 5 – Montreal, QC @ Turbo Haus
June 6 – Ottawa, ON @ 612 Gladstone
June 7 – Toronto, ON @ Coalition
June 8 – Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
June 9 – Madison, WI @ Dragonfly Lounge
June 10 – Chicago, IL @ Livewire
June 11 – Columbus, OH @ Spacebar
June 12 – Richmond, VA @ Gallery 5
June 13 – Rockaway, NJ @ Backroom Studios
June 14 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Acheron
Due out summer 2015, ENABLER’s forthcoming album, Fail To Feel Safe, was recorded at Silver Bullet Studios with engineer Chris Teti (THE WORLD IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE & I AM NO LONGER AFRAID TO DIE) and producer Greg Thomas (MISERY SIGNALS, SHAI HULUD), who also produced the band’s critically acclaimed album, All Hail The Void(2012). Mastering was handled by Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering.
Led by frontman, songwriter, and guitarist Jeff Lohrber, ENABLER stands as one of the most honest, pissed off, and heartfelt metallic hardcore bands around today. The band’s sound, which is a unique mixture of thrash, death metal, punk rock, and hardcore has made an impact all over the world since their debut EP, Eden Sank to Grief, was first released on Andy Hurley’s (FALL OUT BOY, RAICETRATOR) FC Records in 2010. Two full-length albums, three EPs, and multiple split and compilation appearances have been released on various labels since then, including last year’s La Fin Absolue Du Monde, which appeared on many “Best of 2014” lists.
More information at: http://enablerband.com – https://www.facebook.com/enablerband