Entheos: North American Tour Supporting Revocation and Unearth to Begin This Week!

- September 27th, 2023 –

Photo by Daniel Alvarado

Progressive death metallers ENTHEOS will begin their tour supporting Unearth and labelmates Revocation later this week! The three-week run begins September 29th in Brooklyn, New York and closes on October 20th in Ottowa, Ontario. Additional support will be provided by High Command. Tickets are on sale now at entheosofficial.com. See all confirmed dates below.

ENTHEOS w/ Revocation, Unearth, High Command:
9/29/2023 Saint Vitus Bar – Brooklyn, NY
9/30/2023 Lovecraft’s – Mechanicsburg, PA
10/01/2023 Frankie’s – Toledo, OH
10/02/2023 Reggie’s – Chicago, IL
10/03/2023 Pops – Sauget, IL
10/04/2023 Eastside Bowl – Nashville, TN
10/06/2023 Conduit – Orlando, FL
10/07/2023 Orpheum – Tampa, FL
10/08/2023 Respectables – West Palm, FL
10/09/2023 Music Farm – Charleston, SC
10/10/2023 Hangar 18 – Greensboro, NC
10/11/2023 Canal Club – Richmond, VA
10/12/2023 Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
10/13/2023 Preserving Upstairs – Pittsburgh, PA
10/14/2023 The Pit At The L – Horsehead, NE
10/15/2023 Wally’s – Hampton Beach, NH
10/16/2023 La Source De la Martiner – Quebec City, QC
10/17/2023 Fairmount Theatre – Montreal, ON
10/18/2023 The Queen Barrie – Barrie, ON
10/19/2023 Velvet Underground – Toronto, ON
10/20/2023 The Brass Monkey – Ottawa, ON

ENTHEOS will be touring in support of their Time Will Take Us All full-length released earlier this year via Metal Blade Records. Pushing progressive death metal in ever more imaginative directions, ENTHEOS continues to stand apart from the pack, incorporating elements drawn from myriad genres – including death metal, groove, grunge, electronica, slam, gothic rock, jazz, prog and more.

We knew when we started writing that we really wanted to make something darker and heavier that was still uniquely ENTHEOS, and we knew that we wanted to make a record that really came from our hearts and captured where we want to take this band,” explains vocalist Chaney Crabb.

The new album also has a strong ‘trippy’ vibe, not in a generic sense but meaning when you are done listening to it you feel like you’ve gone on a journey,” adds multi-instrumentalist Navene Koperweis. “I’ve always loved albums that gave me that feeling. I can’t say we set out to have the experience, it just sort of happened and that’s something I’m proud of.”

Having stripped down to a two-piece in 2020, this has helped to streamline the band and allow the core members to make the music they want to with no compromise, which is clearly to their betterment. Koperweis – who takes the role of drummer in the band’s live lineup – has long written most of the guitar parts, so it was not a radically different writing process, but allowed him the freedom of complete control.

With Koperweis handling production duties and Mark Lewis (Whitechapel, The Black Dahlia Murder) mixing the record, all of the drums were tracked by Zack Ohren at Castle Ultimate, and Koperweis tracked guitars and vocals. They also recruited former member Evan Brewer to supply the bass. Though committed to their status as a two-piece, the band does have a live lineup with Brian James (ex-Fallujah) and Robert Brown (ex-Slaughter To Prevail) providing guitar, maintaining their reputation for being a killer live band. Having delivered the best record of their career they are also in a very good place mentally, but they do not get ahead of themselves.

Preview and purchase ENTHEOSTime Will Take Us All at: metalblade.com/entheos

Crabb’s vocals are fearsome and ferocious throughout, Brewer’s fluid, rolling bass lines are as slick and satisfying as his admirers would expect, and the obvious synchronicity between riffs and drums is, at times, almost overwhelming in its supreme focus. For all its intricacy and aggression, the third ENTHEOS album really grooves.” — Blabbermouth

ENTHEOS has found a focus that has given rise to an experience that flourishes with end-to-end listenings.” — Angry Metal Guy

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