In nature, the "Dear Enemy" effect occurs when powerful rivals agree to cooperate for the greater good rather than slug it out. That phenomenon happens all too rarely in the ultra-competitive music world, but great things can happen when it does, and Atlanta's Dear Enemy is proof.
Dear Enemy formed in early 2005 from the ashes of some of Atlanta's best-known local groups. They were motivated by a single desire: to completely eliminate egos and distractions, and make the hardest, most direct music they can, with the broadest possible appeal.
Dear Enemy has shared the stage with such national acts as Three Days Grace, Chevelle, Sevendust, Taproot, Alterbridge, Dark New Day, Red, Nonpoint, Egypt Central, Hoobastank, Hurt and more.
They continue to make waves reaching fans all over the world with their unique promotional techniques, their persistence, and their over-driven work ethic. It doesn't hurt that the band is known as one of the most approachable in the scene. The future looks bright for this powerhouse quintet and the sky is the limit to what they can do with their hard-hitting riffs, memorable vocal melodies and undeniable live show.
Now on the weight of their current LP, "Believe the Rumors" and their 2005 EP "Walking Past Yesterday" which were both produced by Corey Lowery of Dark New Day, Dear Enemy's popularity grows exponentially and has shot them into a whole new level primed for the big leagues. With rigorous touring and unrelenting promotion, it will not be long before this hard-hitting band becomes a household name.