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The New Enemy (Hardcore) stream songs off upcoming album “Illusion Of Choice

Toronto hardcore punks The New Enemy are streaming two new songs off their upcoming album, Illusion of Choice, which is set to be released on January 25th, 2019.

You can give a listen to “You Want It Darker” and “Thread” below.

The New Enemy last released Evolve To Destroy in August 2014.



MusicSheBlogged releases charity compilation, ‘Ho Ho Holy Shit It’s the Holidays’

Toronto’s MusicSheBlogged has launched a new compilation, Ho Ho Holy Shit, It’s the Holidays. The comp features tracks from The New Enemy, Wasted Potential, Sixteen Scandals, Cactus Vella, and more, and it aims to raise money for local charity Toy Mountain.

You can stream the compilation below, or donate here.



Random Cover Song: The New Enemy – “State” (88 Fingers Louie)

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane. We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover comes from Toronto hardcore punks The New Enemy and their cover of 88 Fingers Louie‘s “State”. The original version appeared on 88 Fingers Louie’s 1998 album Back On The Streets, while the The New Enemy’s version appears on their 2014 EP “Evolve To Destroy”

You can listen to both versions of “State” below.



Music Video: The New Enemy – “Broken Wills”

Toronto hardcore punks The New Enemy have released a music video for their song “Broken Wills”. The track is taken from the band’s recently released Evolve to Destroy EP, and you can watch the video, which features several web cam users “acting like they’re in a mosh pit” below.

The New Enemy released Evolve to Destroy on August 19, 2014 as a name-your-price download. That said, when you’re downloading it, keep in mind that all proceeds from digital sales will be donated to The Music 4 Cancer foundation!



The New Enemy announce Canadian shows

Toronto hardcore punks The New Enemy have announced several shows around Canada to support of their new EP, Evolve to Destroy“. You can check out the list of dates below.

The New Enemy released Evolve to Destroy on August 19, 2014 as a name-your-price download. That said, keep it in mind that all proceeds from digital sales will be donated to our awesome friends at the Music 4 Cancer foundation!



The New Enemy offer new EP “Evolve To Destroy” available for ‘name your price’ download

Toronto melodic hardcore punks The New Enemy released their new EP Evolve To Destroy yesterday, and you can stream and/or download it below. Think twice before entering 0 in the ‘name your price’ box this time because all proceeds from digital sales will be donated to our awesome friends at the Music 4 Cancer foundation!



The New Enemy announce new EP “Evolve To Destroy,” digital proceeds to benefit Music 4 Cancer

Toronto melodic hardcore punks The New Enemy have announced their new EP Evolve To Destroy will be released on August 19th. The record will be available digitally and on vinyl, with all proceeds from digital sales benefiting the Music 4 Cancer foundation.

The EP’s cover art can be seen above and its tracklist can be found below.

If you aren’t familiar with The New Enemy already, head over to their Bandcamp and give some of their tunes a listen – their whole back catalog is on there and everything’s free to download!



The New Enemy premiere music video for “New Gods”

Melodic hardcore punks from Toronto, The New Enemy, have premiered a music video for their song “New Gods” and you can check it out right here.

The track comes off the their newly released album “Darkness, She Was The Universe” which is streaming in full on their bandcamp.



Free album stream: The New Enemy – “Darkness, She Was The Universe”

Melodic hardcore punks from Toronto, The New Enemy, released their album “Darkness, She Was The Universe” for streaming earlier this month. You can get it for free via BandCamp, but there’s also a “pay what you want” option. If you decide to pay anything, all the proceeds will go to Youth Without Shelter, a Toronto-based shelter for homeless and abused youth.

The New Enemy last released “The Churchill Sessions Vol. 1″ in 2011.



The New Enemy announce new album “Darkness, She Was The Universe”, stream new song

On November 6th melodic hardcore punks from Toronto, The New Enemy, will release a new album “Darkness, She Was The Universe”. 11 tracks of punk/hardcore/metal/whatever produced by Simon Head (SNFU, Trigger Happy), mastered by Enormous Door (Poison Idea, Dillinger Four), and featuring cover art by comic book artist Skuds McKinley.

The album will be released on BandCamp as a free download with “name your price” option. Money raised from this will be donated to Youth Without Shelter, a Toronto-based shelter for homeless and abused youth. www.yws.on.ca

You can stream a new song from the album titled “New Gods” right here.



The New Enemy release “The Churchill Sessions Vol. 1”

Melodic hardcore punks from Toronto, The New Enemy, have just released their newest album “The Churchill Sessions Vol. 1”, offering three brand new songs and a cover of “Scuffletown” by Avail.  Check out some samples and buy the album right here!

For more on the new record, you can also check out a short video of the band in the studio while recording the album here.  If you like what you hear, check out their tour dates and catch a show if you can!

The New Enemy last released the “Shakedown” EP September 1st of 2009.



The New Enemy premiere music video for “Crawdaddy”, giving away prize pack

Toronto, Canada’s The New Enemy has released the music video for “Crawdaddy” and you can check it out right here.  The track is taken from their latest EP “Shakedown”, which you can download for free along with the band’s previous EP “Outsourced” on the band’s website.

And as if that wasn’t enough good news, Blank TV has teamed up with the band to give away an exclusive The New Enemy prize pack.  To enter, go here and tell us your shipping and clothing size details. Write “Blank TV Contest” in the subject line. One lucky winner will recieve CD’s of “Shakedown”, “Outsourced”, two t-shirt designs, stickers and more.



Free Album Downloads: The New Enemy – “Shakedown” and “Outsourced” EPs

Punk band The New Enemy are offering their 2009 EP, The Shakedown and 2008 release Outsourced as free downloads. Check out the info and download them here.

If you want to hear The Shakedown EP before downloading the entire thing visit their MySpace page to steam the tracks.



Interview: The New Enemy talks issues and politics with Hardtimes.ca

Last month, Canadian punks The New Enemy sat down with Hardtimes.ca, a Canadian music news site. In the interview, the band discusses the ‘oppressive forces’ that surround our lives, big business, and a whole bunch of other controversial topics. Check out the entire video here.

The New Enemy has a couple of shows scheduled. Head to their Dying Scene Shows page for more info.



Stream The New Enemy’s upcoming “Shakedown” EP

the-new-enemy-shakedownThe New Enemy are releasing their upcoming “Shakedown EP” on September 24th.  They will be making the release available through CD and download, but until then you can stream the entire EP over on the band’s MySpace page.

The New Enemy released their last EP, titled “Outsourced” in April of last year.