ENTERPRISE EARTH: MetalSucks Debuts "Foundation Of Bones" Bass Playthrough; EP Out Now On Entertainment One Thursday September 3 2020, 4:38 PM
ENTERPRISE EARTH: MetalSucks Debuts "Foundation Of Bones" Bass Playthrough; EP Out Now On Entertainment One

ENTERPRISE EARTH today unveils a staggering bass playthrough for "Foundations Of Bones." Now playing at MetalSucks, the track comes off the band's EP of the same name, recently issued via Entertainment One (eOne).

Delivering brand new bruiser "Foundations Of Bones," as well as two cover tunes - Necrophagist's "Fermented Offal Discharge" and Lamb Of God's "Now You've Got Something To Die For" - an acoustic version of "There Is No Tomorrow" from their previously released Luciferous LP, and an instrumental edition of the title track, the surprise EP serves as a teaser to the work being composed for their forthcoming LP. Foundation Of Bones also marks the band's first ever self-produced output.

Notes MetalSucks, "Is it just me, or is bass in metal having a moment? Is it also just me, or is the audio mix of this ENTERPRISE EARTH bass playthrough... absolutely fucking slamming? Obviously the bass is cranked way the hell up because it's the focal point of the video, but I love hearing it this way. And no, I'm not a bassist... it just sounds positively massive..." 

View ENTERPRISE EARTH's "Foundation Of Bones" bass playthrough, courtesy of MetalSucks, at THIS LOCATION .

View ENTERPRISE EARTH 's quarantine-filmed playthrough of the instrumental version of "Foundation Of Bones," as well as clips of the official title track, the acoustic version of "There Is No Tomorrow" and the Necrophagist and Lamb Of God covers HERE .

Purchase Foundation Of Bones at THIS LOCATION where the EP can be streamed in full. Visit the ENTERPRISE EARTH webstore at THIS LOCATION

Founded in 2014 by ex-Infant Annihilator vocalist Dan Watson and ex-Takeover guitarist BJ Sampson, ENTERPRISE EARTH takes its name from a confluence of Illuminati and other conspiracy theories. The band released their critically lauded Luciferous full-length last Spring via Entertainment One (eOne) / Good Fight Music. Produced and mixed by Jason Suecof (The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, Job For A Cowboy, Carnifex), Luciferous showcases a band committed to the brutal audio onslaught and proficient excellence. The band's authentic death metal precision and technical might is unquestionable, as evidenced by their ravenous live delivery. True road warriors, ENTERPRISE EARTH has teamed with contemporaries like Dying Fetus, Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, Thy Art Is Murder, Carnifex, Oceano, and Winds Of Plague, and joined the Summer Slaughter Tour with iconic genre trailblazers like Cannibal Corpse, Nile, and Suffocation.

About eOne:

Entertainment One Ltd. (eOne) is a talent-driven independent studio that specializes in the development, acquisition, production, financing, distribution and sales of entertainment content. As part of global play and entertainment company Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS), eOne's expertise spans across film, television and music production and sales; family programming, merchandising and licensing; digital content; and live entertainment. Through its extensive reach and scale, and a deep commitment to high-quality entertainment, eOne unlocks the power and value of creativity.

eOne brings to market both original and existing content, sourcing IP from Hasbro's portfolio of 1500+ brands, and through a diversified network of creative partners and eOne companies including: international feature film distribution company Sierra/Affinity; Amblin Partners with DreamWorks Studios, Participant Media, and Reliance Entertainment; Makeready with Brad Weston; unscripted television production companies Renegade 83, Daisybeck, Blackfin and Whizz Kid Entertainment; live entertainment leaders Round Room Live; world-class music companies Audio Network, Dualtone Music Group and Last Gang; and award-winning emerging content and technology studio Secret Location.

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