Entheos have shared some footage from their recent writing sessions. You can check that out below:
Entheos have parted ways with guitarist Travis LeVrier. This news comes after the band released a new song titled “Remember You Are Dust“ last night (March 17).
“We are Entheos.
First, we should inform you that Travis is no longer a member of the band. We will always look back on the things we accomplished together fondly – we travelled the world and shared some of the best times of our lives together.
So many of these things would not have been possible without our mutual dedication to this project. That will not soon be forgotten. We thank him immensely for his time in the band and wish him the best moving forward.
After countless discussions and time spent thinking about the future of our Entheos, we have decided to move forward with Navene writing and recording drums, guitar and bass. He has been the main songwriter throughout the duration of the band, and we really feel that this is Entheos at its purest form.
You will find a brand new song, ‘Remember You Are Dust’ now streaming on YouTube and available for FREE download on Bandcamp. It will be available on all streaming platforms in the coming weeks.
As for live shows, we will be bringing both a live bassist and guitarist on tour with us and continuing on as a four-piece band.
We have poured our blood, sweat and tears into this project for the past five years and do not plan on stopping any time soon. Entheos forever.
Navene & Chaney“
Entheos have premiered a new song titled “Remember You Are Dust.” You can stream the track below and purchase it on Bandcamp.
It looks like Entheos are planning to release new music this year. The band confirmed the news on Facebook and also revealed that the new material will be released independently.
The group said the following:
“We are close to finished packing up one of our best merch days ever, online or off. As you may or may not know, we’ve decided to release all of the music we plan on putting out this year independently. No label, just us. The reason that we are able to do this is 100% because of the support that you all have shown our band. For that we are eternally grateful.
ALL money made at http://entheosofficial.bigcartel.com goes directly into the creation of our art. We’re often asked “how can we help you the most?” Purchasing from that store is how. Right now we are running a $10 sale on ALL OF OUR SHIRTS. Pick something up there. It will go directly toward new music.
Saying “thank you” is the least we can do – you guys really inspired us this weekend. Thank you guys SO much.
[via The PRP]
It looks like Entheos have been working on new music as of late. The band shared the below clip from a recent writing session:
Evan Brewer has officially announced his departure from Entheos. Tim Walker (Agamemnon) was previously filling in for the bassist, but it is unknown if he will become a permanent member.
“As many of you know, Evan has been missing from touring recently. Unfortunately, his time in Entheos has officially come to an end. We wish him all the best with his family and future musical endeavors.””
“My time as the bassist of entheos has come to an end. As always, I’m available for lessons, recording, and live performances if the circumstances are right. firstname.lastname@example.org”
Entheos have announced some headlining shows with Wolf King around their upcoming tour with Rivers Of Nihil and Conjurer. Here’s the dates:
02/23 Tucson, AZ – The Rock
02/24 El Paso, TX – TX Rockhouse Bar
02/26 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
02/27 Louisville, KY – Tiger Room
04/07 Harrisburg, PA – HMAC Stage at Herr
04/08 Toledo, OH- Frankie’s Inner City
04/09 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
04/10 Omaha, NE – Lookout Lounge
04/11 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street
Entheos bassist Evan Brewer will be missing the band’s upcoming touring so he can have time to focus on his family. For now, Tim Walker (Agamemnon) will be filling in. Here’s an official statement:
“From Evan Brewer : “If you go to any upcoming Entheos shows, you’ll notice my absence. I’m going to be limiting the amount of touring I’m doing for a while to be around more for my family because we have a small child.”
In the meantime, our friend Tim Walker (Agamemnon) will be joining us on bass duties. We’re excited to see you guys on the road.
Entheos have premiered a new video for their song “Pulse Of A New Era,” via Revolver. This track is from their latest album “Dark Future.” The band commented:
“Our aim for the ‘Pulse Of A New Era‘ video was to create a glitchy, futuristic atmosphere with bright colors that contrast a stark background. This scenery mirrors the psychedelic nature of the song, and creates an ambiguously entrancing visual to support one of the more driving songs on ‘Dark Future‘.”
Entheos bassist Evan Brewer is is missing the band’s immediate live dates as he heads home for the birth of his child. The band will continue as a three-piece.