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Evan Brewer Leaves Entheos
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Evan Brewer Leaves Entheos

Nearly four years after founding the band, Evan Brewer has left the ranks of extreme metal band Entheos. The bassist had been off the road for the last several months of the band’s tour schedule.

Entheos Releases “Dark Future”
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Entheos Releases “Dark Future”

Entheos has returned with their second full length album, entitled Dark Future. Anchored by bassist Evan Brewer, the recording is described by the band as an expansion on their songwriting. “We wanted to evolve the sound a little bit,” drummer Navene Koperweis says. “Evan wrote a lot more. You can feel [guitarist Travis LeVrier’s influence in there. We didn’t have...

Evan Brewer: Entheos “New Light” Playthrough
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Evan Brewer: Entheos “New Light” Playthrough

Bass monster Evan Brewer shows his awe-inspiring bass line for Entheos’s “New Light” in this bass-centric playthrough. If you know Evan, you know this one is going to be a wild ride. He varies between several advanced techniques, including the heaviest slap line you’ve ever heard and a harmonically rich two-handed tapping section, to create a beautiful contrast in the...

Entheos: An Interview with Evan Brewer
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Entheos: An Interview with Evan Brewer

After dropping their Primal EP last year, Entheos is returning with their full-length release The Infinite Nothing on April 1st. The band – comprised of singer Chaney Crabb, guitarist Malcolm Pugh, drummer Navene Koperweis and bass wizard Evan Brewer – have spent the year refining their sound in the studio and on the road. Brewer’s top notch bass work is...

Evan Brewer: “Cause For Concern” Bass Playthrough
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Evan Brewer: “Cause For Concern” Bass Playthrough

Evan Brewer has released a bass playthrough for his song “Cause for Concern”, and it’s something you should be sitting down for. The track, which is featured on his album Your Itinerary, utilizes extended techniques to create a swirling sonic atmosphere. “This song has some of the harsher, heavier elements that are on the record,” Brewer told us in a...

Evan Brewer: Entheos “Primal” Playthrough
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Evan Brewer: Entheos “Primal” Playthrough

Ever since Evan Brewer joined Entheos at the beginning of the year, I’ve been eager to check the band out. The technical death metal band’s Primal EP dropped this month and proved the wait was worth it. Brewer joins drummer Navene Koperweis, guitarist Frank Costa, and vocalist Chaney Crabb to lay down some brutally heavy beats. Here’s a clip of...

Evan Brewer Joins Entheos
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Evan Brewer Joins Entheos

Three months after announcing his exit from The Faceless, bassist Evan Brewer has reunited with three members from his Animosity days to form a new band called Entheos. Though the band features former Animosity drummer Navene Koperweis and guitarist Frank Costa, the members say this isn’t an Animosity reunion but rather “a completely new band with new material.” “It’s definitely...

Evan Brewer Leaves The Faceless
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Evan Brewer Leaves The Faceless

Things have really shaken up for technical death metal outfit The Faceless with the departure of bassist Evan Brewer and drummer Alex Rudinger. After nearly four years with the band, Brewer took to social media to announce that he was leaving. “After almost four years of good times with The Faceless I’ve decided to leave the band,” Brewer wrote on...

Track By Track: Evan Brewer Talks “Your Itinerary”
Track by Track

Track By Track: Evan Brewer Talks “Your Itinerary”

Bassist Evan Brewer has returned with his second solo album, , out now. The effort represents a big change from his bass-only debut, Alone, and features eight full arrangements of original songs with drums, keyboard, guitar, and more. Each track on Your Itinerary stands on its own, but as a whole the album creates a unique sonic experience. Brewer’s genre-bending...

Evan Brewer: 2013 Album Update
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Evan Brewer: 2013 Album Update

Evan Brewer has a new solo album in the works, and he took a little time out to preview some of it with a new video. The new effort will stray from his first album, Alone, which he created entirely with only bass. “This album is coming out a lot different than the first one,” Brewer explains. “What we’re doing...