Entheos, the duo of vocalist Chaney Crabb and multi-instrumentalist Navene Koperweis, has finally announces their new record Time Will Take Us All for March 3. The album features ex-Entheos bassist Evan Brewer, who hasn't rejoined the band but did contribute a boatload of killer low end.
The band is now streaming the sludgy new single "I Am The Void" alongside a music video done up by the seemingly ever-present My Good Eye Visuals.
"We're incredibly proud to announce our new album, Time Will Take Us All. The album's concept is one of growth and self-reflection that focuses on the true human commonality – that our time on Earth is fleeting and what we choose to do with that knowledge is up to each of us as individuals. This is beautifully reflected in Eliran Kantor's surreal cover art.
"The album is split in to nine songs, though it was written as one piece of music and is intended to be listened to in its entirety. It was produced by Navene Koperweis, mixed/mastered by Mark Lewis and features Evan Brewer on bass.
"Along with the album announcement, we're excited to share a new single from TWTUA, titled 'I Am the Void.' This song begins the second half of the album and represents the weight of feeling as though you cannot escape your own fears and anxieties. The video was shot by the incredible David Brodsky, Allison Woest and their team at My Good Eye Visuals."
Pre-orders for Time Will Take Us All are available here.