Emmure

Album Review: Emmure - "Eternal Enemies"

Emmure is one of those bands people love to hate. While a quick scouring of the internet seems to suggest that straight-up nobody likes this band, the pertinent truth is that somebody must, because Frankie Palmeri and company continue to release music. Somewhere out there, Emmure means something, and their persistence in the face of a continual stream of vitriol is worth investigating. So, with that in mind, we tackle the new album, “Eternal Enemies.”

A Conversation with Frankie Palmeri of Emmure

With the crest of a new album over the not so distant horizon, Emmure seeks to rally the troops and become a force that can't be ignored. With momentum building behind them, we sat down with outspoken vocalist and songwriter Frankie Palmeri to talk music, his band and general nerdery.
M.DREW: Let’s start at the top – what’s new on this record? What can long-time Emmure fans expect from this record?
FRANKIE PALMERI: “Eternal Enemies” is a big “fuck you” to everyone who has ever doubted us or has challenged us. This is the record that not only defines our band but I think defines us as people. It's also a true and passionate record that we made for our fans. Everyone else who isn't down with Emmure can go fuck themselves.

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