Entheos is a new driving force in the modern metal spectrum as long time friends Evan Brewer (bass), and Navene Koperweis (drums) had the urge of creating something different from what they did with The Faceless & Animals as Leaders respectively. They called it Entheos (greek for ‘full of inspiration’).
This collaboration called the attention of Chaney Crabb (vocals) and Malcolm Pugh (guitar) who completed the lineup that is currently touring the US and just released their new album The Infinite Nothing. Entheos previously released an EP called Primal which was the seed for what the band is becoming now, but in which Malcolm Pugh wasn’t involved.
The sound of Entheos is a raw technical approach to modern metal, but with more punch and more soul in both the musical and lyrical ends of the band. Is important look at the work that Chaney Crabb does on vocals and how that reflects in what you see on stage.
Before their tour kicked off The Age Of Metal had the chance to speak with Malcolm Pugh guitar player of Entheos about the band’s new touring cycle, The Infinite Nothing, and what is next for them in 2016.