Late last year, after a European run, former Enemy Reign frontman Sherwood Webber quietly parted ways with the local metal act. His exodus was preceded earlier that year by the departure of bassist Cassie Begay, who split with the group that spring and was subsequently replaced by Phil Turner of Drive-In Massacre.
As when Begay left the outfit and the outfit soldiered ahead with a new member, Enemy Reign is being led by a new frontman, Stevie Boiser (Calculating Geonocide, Vale Of Pnath), who's slated to make his live debut tonight at 3 Kings Tavern when the band shares the stage with Acrassicauda, Blooddrunk Shenanigans and For the Gallows.
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