Sworn Enemy Biography
Sworn Enemy, the self-titled September 11-inspired opening track on Sworn Enemy's No Name/Elektra debut album As Real As It Gets, features vocalist Sal LoCoco roaring The sight of you I despise, I'll help you meet your maker and I won't think twice with a conviction that would stop you dead in your tracks. But the song also includes the lyric, snarled with equal ferocity, In the end my memories would be the thoughts of a better day/Thoughts of a better DAY! That jarring contradiction between uncontrolled rage and undying hope is what makes Sworn Enemy one of the most riveting hardcore bands to come out of New York (or anywhere else) in recent memory. As Real As It Gets is an explosive statement of intent, a manifesto of hardcore fury and values that demolishes boundaries and preconceptions, only to let the light of a better day shine down on what's left behind.
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