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Latest Entheos News

Below is our complete Entheos news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

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Entheos Posts Lyric Video

Entheos - Chaney Crabb [vocals], Malcolm Pugh [guitar], Evan Brewer [bass], and Navene Koperweis [drums] - will release debut album "The Infinite Nothing" on April 1st, 2016. Today a new lyric video comes online for the blistering title track, which can be seen below.

"'The Infinite Nothing' is a relentless track that serves as a wonderful bridge between our first single, 'Neural Damage', and the rest of the album. Be prepared to bang your head," says vocalist Chaney Crabb of the new song. The full track listing is:

1. Perpetual Miscalculations
2. New Light
3. The Infinite Nothing
4. Terminal Stages of Nostalgia
5. An Ever-Expanding Human
6. Bad Chemicals
7. Mind Alone
8. Neural Damage More...

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Entheos Posts New Lyric Video

Entheos' debut album "The Infinite Nothing" will be released 4/1/16 on Artery Recordings worldwide. You can also check out a new lyric video for the "Neural Damage" track below.

Drummer Navene Koperweis cannot wait for everyone to hear the new song, commenting, "We're extremely excited to finally release a track off our debut album. We think 'Neural Damage' is a well rounded track and exemplifies the vibe we were going for on this album."

The track listing for upcoming new album "The Infinite Nothing" will be as follows:

1. Perpetual Miscalculations
2. New Light
3. The Infinite Nothing
4. Terminal Stages of Nostalgia
5. An Ever-Expanding Human
6. Bad Chemicals
7. Mind Alone
8. Neural Damage More...

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Entheos Releasing "The Infinite Nothing"

Entheos - featuring Chaney Crabb [vocals], Malcolm Pugh [guitar], Evan Brewer [bass], and Navene Koperweis [drums] - will release "The Infinite Nothing" this coming April 1st, 2016 on Artery Recordings. Pre-orders are up now here and the track listing is as follows:

1. Perpetual Miscalculations
2. New Light
3. The Infinite Nothing
4. Terminal Stages of Nostalgia
5. An Ever-Expanding Human
6. Bad Chemicals
7. Mind Alone
8. Neural Damage More...

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The Contortionist Announces Tour With Monuments

The Contortionist will hit the road yet again this spring and Monuments, Entheos and Sleepmakeswaves will serve as support through the end of April.

"Over the months of touring behind 'Language,' we would imagine an ideal lineup and the same names kept coming up," says keyboardist Eric Guenther. "We always get psyched on tours with huge variety and dynamic shifts through every band."

He goes on to say, "The spring tour is going to be stacked, no exception. We are hitting the road with our friends on a tour we have been working to get together since 'Language' came out. We can't wait to bring this spectacle around the U.S." More...

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The Black Dahlia Murder Gearing Up For U.S. Tour

The Black Dahlia Murder will cross the U.S. starting 11/27 to headline the IndieMerch Tour with Goatwhore, Iron Reagan, Entheos, and Artificial Brain. All dates are available below.

New album "Abysmal" is a vicious slab of unrelenting aggression showcasing TBDM at its very finest with a meticulous, pin-point precise rhythmic assault mixed with ferocious speed and dynamic hooks.

The band re-enlisted the services of renowned producer Mark Lewis (Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel) and former bass player Ryan Williams, who also produced "Everblack," with the sole intent to get away from the overt sonic sterility affecting far too many contemporary metal albums. More...

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Iron Reagan Premieres New Music Video

Iron Reagan (Municipal Waste etc.) premieres a new music video for "Rat Shit" below. The band is going to support The Black Dahlia Murder this fall and winter, on this year's edition of the "Indiemerch Tour". Check out all dates after the jump:

"Indiemerch 2015 Tour": More...

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Veil Of Maya Reveals Album Details, New Tour Dates

Chicago metal titans Veil Of Maya will release "Matriarch" on May 12th via Sumerian Records. Today, the quartet also announces a late Spring headlining tour with special guests Revocation, Oceano, Gift Giver, and Entheos. The Matriarch Tour begins May 20th in Detroit and VIP pre-order tickets are available now via this link.

When Veil of Maya was recording "Matriarch," the group found itself with a lot of new ideas, but no singer. Enter Lukas Magyar, hailing from the middle of nowhere.

“I’m from this small town in Wisconsin, where there’s not a lot of music and nobody’s really as serious about it as I am,” says Magyar. “I had followed Veil for a few years, and was really impressed by them. When I heard they needed a new singer, I got in touch.” Magyar, however, had never toured before. Or even been on a plane. Not a problem.

“We flew him out, auditioned him and hired him on the spot,” reveals guitarist Marc Okubo. “He was great. He could sing, too, which is something we’d wanted to do for a while. It really opened up some possibilities.”

After making his live debut in front of thousands at last year’s Knotfest, Magyar quickly joined producer Taylor Larson (Periphery, Darkest Hour) and his new band mates (rounded out by Okubo, drummer Sam Applebaum and bassist Dan Hauser) in the studio to record "Matriarch." It’s an album that finds Magyar bringing a new addition to Veil Of Maya’s arsenal; a mix of harsh and clean singing.

“There was controversy when we released the single, ‘Mikasa’” Okubo admits. “But for every 10 kids who complained online, we gained hundreds of new fans. I think ‘Mikasa’ is the most popular song we’ve ever put out.” More...

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Texas Independence Fest Day 1: BTBAM

Come and Take It Productions founded Texas Independence Fest in 2008 as a way to bring fans of heavy music together and to celebrate Texas pride. This was my second time attending the annual event held in Austin, Texas. Last year I covered sets by Behemoth, 1349, Wayne Static and more. The previous year consisted of only a day, while this year was expanded to three days. Several vendors offered their goods and services for sale. One of these was Gibroni’s Texitalican Kitchen, which offered Tex-Mex meets Italian sandwiches. More...

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Entheos Posts New Bass Playthrough Clip

Entheos, the new and fast rising technical death metal/deathcore supergroup featuring bassist Evan Brewer (ex-The Faceless, ex-Animosity), Navene Koperweis (ex-Animals as Leaders, ex-Animosity), Frank Costa (ex-Animosity), and Chaney Crabb (Systems) is streaming a bass playthrough video for "Primal".

Check out now Evan Brewer rip through Entheos' "Primal" below.

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Entheos Posts Entire Debut EP

Entheos, the new and fast rising technical death metal/deathcore supergroup featuring bassist Evan Brewer (ex-The Faceless, ex-Animosity), Navene Koperweis (ex-Animals as Leaders, ex-Animosity), Frank Costa (ex-Animosity), and Chaney Crabb (Systems) is streaming its entire debut EP titled "Primal" via bandcamp below. The EP was produced and mixed by Navene Koperweis and mastered by Zack Ohren and will be officially released on March 15.

Check out now Entheos' debut-EP below.

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Entheos Performing Two New Songs Live At NAMM

Entheos, the new supergroup featuring bassist Evan Brewer (ex-The Faceless, ex-Animosity), Navene Koperweis (ex-Animals as Leaders, ex-Animosity), Frank Costa (ex-Animosity), and Chaney Crabb (Systems) were at the 2015 edition of the NAMM Show in Anaheim last weekend jamming out to some new material at the Tama/Ibanez booth.

Check out drummer Navene Koperweis and guitarist Frank Costa performing 2 new songs live below.

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Evan Brewer (ex-The Faceless) Launches Entheos

Entheos, the new supergroup featuring bassist Evan Brewer (ex-The Faceless, ex-Animosity), Navene Koperweis (ex-Animals as Leaders, ex-Animosity), Frank Costa (ex-Animosity), and Chaney Crabb (Systems) has released the below video of drummer Navene Koperweis practicing in his drum closet allowing us a first taste of Entheos music. The official drum trackings will take place next week.

Check out the video below.


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