– January tenth, 2024 –
Picture by Daniel Alvarado
ENTHEOS ring within the new yr with a brand new single: a Drumcorps remix of “I Am The Void.” The unique monitor is taken from the band’s critically adored Time Will Take Us All full-length providing, launched in March of 2023 by way of Metallic Blade Information.
Drumcorps is a steel/hardcore-inspired solo venture of Aaron Spectre, an digital musician, and DJ well-known throughout the breakcore scene. His recordings and performances as Drumcorps combine explosive breakbeats and samples along with his personal guitar shredding, leading to an aggressive, highly effective hybrid of a number of types of heavy music. Drumcorps has achieved remix collaborations with such scene giants as Converge, Code Orange, Animosity, and extra. The remix of ENTHEOS‘ “I Am The Void” follows Drumcorps‘ reinterpretation of the band’s “The Inside Wilderness” (additionally taken from the Time Will Take Us All album), launched final October.
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Pushing progressive dying steel in ever extra imaginative instructions, ENTHEOS continues to face other than the pack. Incorporating parts drawn from myriad genres – together with dying steel, groove, grunge, electronica, slam, gothic rock, jazz, prog and extra – the group has developed with each launch. Stripping right down to a two-piece in 2020 has helped the band streamline and permit the core members – vocalist Chaney Crabb and drummer/guitarist Navene Koperweis – to make the music they wish to with no compromise, ensuing within the numerous and exhilarating, Time Will Take Us All.
When it got here to penning the lyrics, Crabb knew that she was going to write down about her personal “expertise as a human” and method the album based mostly on the lingering consciousness that there’s a lot world on the market however so little time. The concept hit dwelling in August 2021 when Crabb bought into an accident on her electrical scooter on the day she began monitoring vocals. Due to this accident she discovered herself in an odd place mentally, juggling between feeling really completely happy and grateful for each second that she was alive and bought to spend with the individuals who she beloved, but in addition feeling utterly depressed, due to the entire uncertainty surrounding her accidents.
This resulted in songs akin to “Absolute Zero,” which is concerning the battle between psychological darkness and lightness, when darkness begins to take over. “In Purgatory” references the state of momentary distress that getting within the accident put her in and extra broadly the unknowing of whether or not a person will come out of a state of affairs for the higher or for the more severe, whereas “Oblivion” discusses the state of being caught within the day-to-day of life and the lack of knowledge that comes together with it.
In the end, Time Will Take Us All was acquired by followers and media alike with open arms. New Noise Journal hailed, “the most effective variations of contemporary riff-y progressive dying steel now we have now,” Metallic Hammer (UK) lauded a band “poised to morph from a promising venture into tech steel titans,” whereas Loudwire gushed, “the band performs with lockstep precision, turning the gears of their technical dying steel machine because it steamrolls ahead.” A lot of 2023 discovered the band on tour supporting the document, together with separate help runs with labelmates Whitechapel and Revocation and three bought out exhibits final month with Lorna Shore.
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“…the band performs with lockstep precision, turning the gears of their technical dying steel machine because it steamrolls ahead.” — Loudwire
“…the most effective variations of contemporary riff-y progressive dying steel now we have now…” — New Noise Journal
“…poised to morph from a promising venture into tech steel titans.” — Metallic Hammer (UK)
“ENTHEOS oscillate comfortably calmly between djent, technical dying steel, and digital passages” — Rock Arduous (DE)
“Crabb’s vocals are fearsome and ferocious all through, Brewer’s fluid, rolling bass strains are as slick and satisfying as his admirers would count on, and the plain synchronicity between riffs and drums is, at occasions, virtually overwhelming in its supreme focus.” — Blabbermouth
“ENTHEOS has discovered a spotlight that has given rise to an expertise that prospers with end-to-end listenings.” — Offended Metallic Man