One-time Skinless singer Sherwood Webber initiated a new band called Enemy Reign in the winter of 2008. Based in Denver, Colorado the death metal band issued a demo called Means To A Dead End demo in the same year featuring two Guenthers. Andon Guenther was the creative director and co-creator of Sick Drummer Magazine. The demo was recorded by Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage, Martriden, Gin, Cobalt and more) at Flatline Audio. Neurotic Records picked it up for a 2010 release in Europe. This version included the song, If The Truth Hurts...Suffer. Also in 2010 Enemy Reign recruited bassist Phil Turner of Colorado metal outfit Drive-In Massacre. Turner took the place of former bassist Cassie Begay. She left the band for the famous personal reasons. A full-length was in the works.
In mid-2011 Denver death metal band Enemy Reign added new vocalist, Stevie Boiser, to the fold. Boiser replaces former throat, Sherwood Webber (Skinless), who left the band in 2010 following a European tour , which included a slot on the Neurotic Deathfest. No stranger to the scene, Boiser came from Calculating Geonocide and has made several fill-in appearances for various bands including Vale Of Pnath.
Enemy Reign completed work on its new full-length for 2012. Entitled Between Hell And Oblivion, the offering was recorded at Flatline Audio by Dave Otero and offered up 11 tracks of brutality as well as the debut of vocalist, Stevie Boiser who replaced former throat, Sherwood Webber (Skinless) the summer before. Enemy Reign announced the release of Tormented To Oblivion LP in may of 2013. The nine-track LP would feature remixed and remastered tracks from the band’s ravaging (and unreleased) Diametrically Opposed EP featuring original throat Sherwood Webber (ex-Skinless) as well as remixed and remastered choice cuts from their critically-lauded, Between Hell and Oblivion full-length.