Enemy Noise

Rocks Like:
The Carrier, Reign Supreme, American Me
Check Out:
'No Control, No Parade' EP

For hardcore punks Enemy Noise, it’s about doing it together. “There’s a sense of unity, especially at hardcore shows, that's always amazed me,” says guitarist Fernando Morales. “If someone fell, there was always someone to pick that person up. Everyone is there together, and I always wanted to be a part of that.” When Enemy Noise first started playing shows in 2010, they found themselves dedicating all of their time to selling tickets to be able to get on the show, with little time left to practice. “We got tired of it and realized if we want to get further, we really have to do it ourselves, because no one wanted to help us,” says the guitarist. The band started playing smaller venues and decided to take the DIY approach to recording their EP. “It was an exhausting process,” Morales says. “In the end, it was a rewarding feeling to know the hard work did pay off.”

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