Enterprise Earth issue new single "The World Without Us"
Official press release:
Progressive deathcore summoners Enterprise Earth today unveil their latest single, "The World Without Us." The staggering hymn follows the band's "Death Magick" single, released earlier this month.
Guitarist Gabe Mangold elaborates:
The World Without Us' is intended to follow directly after the ending of 'Death Magick.' There's also an obvious juxtaposition between the two songs, which is also intended. When it comes to our music, we have always enjoyed being a multidimensional band and don't like to limit ourselves to one sound. With "The World Without Us" being more melodic, uplifting yet energetic, and progressive compared to the sheer intensity and aggression found in 'Death Magick,' we feel that together these two songs capture a broad range of what we offer musically. Enjoy!
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The World Without Us would sound better, smell better, and have less grooming.
never into bearded chicks but hey hey. my my. love the color brother. if you were injured in any kind of accident. you know what to call. lee ghalbree.
I represent mexi-doodles exclusively sometimes.
Sorry but I'm only interested in bands with guys who tuck their chicken between their legs and claim to be a woman.
Wow. Ice Poseidon really grew his hair out. Sweet!
I have it on good authority that their guitarist is the most hated bassist in Philly.
^ Nailed it.
Imagine the smell.
Multidimensional... why you guys lying?
What happened to the black guy?
^ Being that he's black... um, prison, or shot and killed.
Lol so f*cked up bro ^ GREAT f*ckING SONG.
Jose "Metal Ambassador" Mangin here. I'm playing these dudes every five minutes on Liquid Metal currently, They are going to be the next Turnstile. Also, did I ever mention that I love tacos and smoke weed? Stay tuned for my exclusive 4-hour Dave Mustaine interview where I shower him in compliments for 3 hours and fifty-nine minutes and he tells me how Ice T used to be an army ranger.