Tag: Foundation of Bones

Playthrough: “Foundation of Bones” from Enterprise Earth!

We’ve had full band videos of tracks from the “Foundation of Bones” EP by Enterprise Earth but not an individual playthrough… until now. Bassist Rob Saireh has picked up his five string heavy gauge beast and delivered one for the title track for our viewing pleasure. If you missed it, the EP has covers of

Playthrough: “There Is No Tomorrow” from Enterprise Earth!

The biggest surprise of the new Enterprise Earth EP “Foundation of Bones” has to be the acoustic re-interpretation of “There Is No Tomorrow” as honestly, we never expected a band as heavy the Blackened Deathcore collective to pull something like that out of the magic hat. But they did and what looks to be the

Playthrough: “Foundation of Bones” from Enterprise Earth!

After Blackened Deathcore quartet Enterprise Earth shared new in house completed EP “Foundation of Bones” we dropped a view that came in for a bit of stick. Lets just say that not everyone agreed with us that the five cuts saw the merchants of black at their finest or that covers of German Death Metallers

NEWS: Enterprise Earth suffer the discharge!

A couple of weeks back Blackened Deathcore Merchants Enterprise Earth dropped a surprise EP combining a pair of covers with a new track and acoustic re-imaginging. The five track affair “Foundation of Bones” pays tribute to both Lamb of God and German Death Metallers Necrophagist with the former getting a lockdown video last week, the

NEWS: Enterprise Earth’s Lamb Of God cover gets video!

Last week saw the surprise release of a new EP from Deathcore collective Enterprise Earth, a compilation of five cuts entitled “Foundation of Bones” with an all new title track, a pair of covers and an acoustic rendition. Dan Watson and company have recorded a lockdown video for their Lamb Of God cover “Now You’ve

Review: “Foundation of Bones” by Enterprise Earth

A surprise released EP from Blackened Deathcore Merchants Enterprise Earth entitled “Foundation of Bone” is notable for the inclusion of a cover of a song by Lamb Of God while being released on the very same day as the Richmond Virginia Groove Metallers release a tenth studio album of their own. This EP looks to