Mind Enemies Signs With Imperative PR


Multi-instrumentalist Giuseppe Caruso and his melodic, progressive metal project Mind Enemies was added to the Imperative PR roster. The new album "Revenge" was issued in late 2017, but with little promotion, it quickly vanished without a trace. Now Imperative PR is sending it out to the world once more, but this time with all the clamour and fanfare it so richly deserves. This time "Revenge" is going to be heard! For a taste, check out the song "Angel of Consciousness" in the player above.

Giuseppe started Mind Enemies in 2010 after studying both percussion and guitars at several of Italy’s top music colleges. He even went on to teach percussion at the Institute of Science Poerio in Foggia and continues to teach music and composition to this day. Giuseppe’s first recording sessions were with Tommy Talamanca of progressive death metallers Sadist, at Nadir Music in 2011 and the first Mind Enemies release, "The Darkest Way" EP appeared in 2013. "The Darkest Way" picked up an array of positive reviews and was followed by a tour of Russia, before Giuseppe settled down to work on the first full length Mind Enemies release - "Revenge." "Revenge" is an exquisite blend of technical prowess, consummate song writing and original character. Each song combines lively, intricate rhythms with crisp, complex riffing and spiraling solos of breathtaking quality. The simple, melodic vocal lines and controlled tempos balance the dexterous technicality with a rare accessibility, making Revenge so much more than a ‘musician’s album.' Everything on Revenge was written by Giuseppe Caruso, everything on "Revenge" was played, produced and mixed by Giuseppe Caruso - all of which makes this album even more of an incredible achievement.

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