Enemy (band)

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For other bands called "The Enemy", see The Enemy (band).
Enemy
Origin United States
Genres Alternative metal[1]
Labels The Control Group
Associated acts A Perfect Circle, Failure, Quicksand, Queens Of The Stone Age
Website Official Site
Members Troy Van Leeuwen
Eddie Nappi
Kelli Scott
Past members Alan Cage

Enemy is an American band fronted by guitarist and vocalist Troy Van Leeuwen (also of Queens of the Stone Age), with bassist Eddie Nappi (Handsome, Mark Lanegan Band) and drummer Kelli Scott (Failure). Former Quicksand drummer Alan Cage was a founding member before being replaced by Scott. Van Leeuwen has described Enemy as his "big, dumb rock trio".[2]

History[edit]

The concept for Enemy originated following the demise of Troy Van Leeuwen's previous band, Failure. In the interim, Van Leeuwen had joined A Perfect Circle and Enemy managed to record a five-song demo during his downtime from touring:

Taking the unusual step of offering to be signed by a record label by advertising for the princely sum of $250,000 on Ebay,[4] Enemy were ultimately signed by Control Group/TCG and released their debut album Hooray for Dark Matter in 2005.

Discography[edit]

Release Date Title Label Notes
October 11, 2005 Hooray For Dark Matter The Control Group, Five Knuckle Bullet

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