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Enterprise Earth

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Genres  Deathcore
Genre  Deathcore
Albums  Patient 0, 23
Years active  2014–present
Record label  Artery Recordings

Labels  We Are Triumphant, Stay Sick
Website  enterpriseearthband.com
Members  Dan Watson BJ Sampson Yusef Johnson Gordon McPherson Aaron O'Toole
Past members  Kevin Rogers Conner Schneberger Ryan Folden Brian Moore Michael Davidson Cliff Wagle Will Garcia Joel Omans
Origin  Spokane, Washington, United States (2014)
Similar  Infant Annihilator, Rings of Saturn, Lorna Shore, Slaughter To Prevail, Oceano
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Enterprise Earth is an American deathcore band from Spokane, Washington. Frontman Dan Watson (former Infant Annihilator vocalist) and guitarist BJ Sampson (formerly of Takeover), formed the band in the late summer of 2014. Watson came up with the band's name after researching the Illuminati and conspiracy theories. Quickly after their inception, the band began picking up a large internet following. At the beginning of the spring, the band finalised their deal with Attila frontman, Chris Fronzak, and moved to his record label Stay Sick Recordings, leaving former label We Are Triumphant.

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XXIII (2014)

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On June 10, 2014, immediately after forming, Enterprise Earth released the single "Masquerade of Angels" on the label We Are Triumphant, which, according to the Enterprise Earth 'About' Page, "was welcome[d] with open arms by the death metal community". On October 14, Enterprise Earth released their debut EP XXIII, which, according to the Enterprise Earth 'About' Page, "spread like wild fire on the internet and quickly [became] very talked about".

Patient Ø (2015–present)

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On April 15, 2015, Enterprise Earth announced their first tour would be the Death Take Me Home tour, in which they would be playing from August 24 to September 8, with King Conquer, Here Comes the Kraken, Adaliah, and Dealey Plaza. On the last date of the tour, Enterprise Earth played with extra bands (excluding Adaliah): Lost Fortune, WVRM, Among Us, Worthy to Recognize, Existence Has Failed, and Agerasia.

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In early spring of 2015, Enterprise Earth signed to Stay Sick Recordings, leaving former label We Are Triumphant. On April 24, the first single from Patient 0̸ was released, entitled "Transorbital Awakening", which featured a guest guitar solo by Joel Omans of Rings of Saturn, alongside the details of the upcoming debut full-length album. The second single then followed, "Amorphous" was released on June 6, which featured guest vocals by Adam Warren of Oceano. The last single from Patient 0̸ was released on August 21, entitled "Theophany". On October 12, Stay Sick Recordings uploaded a music video for "Shallow Breath", featuring model Erin Leigh Pribyl.

On November 12, Enterprise Earth announced they would be playing the second half of The Sleep Disorder Tour (January 16–25, 2016) with Traitors. Enterprise Earth announced that on January 20 of the [The] Sleep Disorder Tour, they would be playing alongside Kings, Purge, Endings, Beggars Clarity, and Destitute; whether these bands were on other dates is unknown.

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On December 9, Stay Sick Recordings uploaded a video containing the entirety of Patient 0̸ via YouTube. On December 11, Patient 0̸ was released. Patient 0̸ reached No. 5 on Billboard's Heatseekers/Top New Artist Chart, No. 16 on Billboard's Independent Label Chart, and No. 54 on Billboard's Hard Music Chart.

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On January 17, 2016, Enterprise Earth announced they would be headlining a three-date tour from January 26–28. On January 27, Enterprise Earth headlined this date with Seren, Destroy What's Left, Paths to Necropolis, and Crown Magnetar; whether these bands were on the other two dates is unknown.

On February 16, Enterprise Earth announced they would be playing the Texas Independence Fest on April 9, alongside Despised Icon, Bury Your Dead. Unearth, Carnifex, Malevolent Creation, Through the Eyes of the Dead, Oceano, Ringworm, Nekrogoblikon, On Broken Wings, Psychostick, Lionheart, Reflections, Sworn Enemy, Pyrexia, Abiotic, Fire from the Gods, No Zodiac, Culture Killer, Urizen, Hollow Earth, and Great American Ghost.

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On February 23, Enterprise Earth announced they would be playing the Extreme Thing festival on April 2, alongside Saosin (with Anthony Green), Bayside, Mayday Parade, The Story So Far, The Maine, Jedi Mind Tricks, blessthefall, Dance Gavin Dance, Chelsea Grin, State Champs, Authority Zero, Escape the Fate, Death by Stereo, New Year's Day, SECRETS, Carnifex, Volumes, Defeater, Set It Off, From Ashes to New, Be Like Max, BETTER•OFF, and Violent New Breed.

On February 25, Enterprise Earth announced they would be supporting Carnifex and Winds of Plague (last two dates only), alongside Phinehas, and The Iron Son (last two dates only), on their Die Without Hope Tour from April 4–16. Dates 15 and 16 have been renamed the So Cal Crush Tour.

In the Summer of 2016 the band would open up Summer Slaughter playing alongside Ingested, Slaughter to Prevail, Revocation, Carnifex, Krisiun, Nile, After the Burial, Suffocation and Cannibal Corpse.

Members

Timeline

Discography

Studio albums
  • Patient Ø (2015)
  • Embodiment (2017)
  • EPs
  • 23 (2014)
  • Singles
  • Masquerade of Angels (2014)
  • Carol of the Bells (2014)
  • Transorbital Awakening (2015)
  • Amorphous (2015)
  • Theophany (2015)
  • This Hell, My Home (2016)
  • Music videos

    Songs

    This Hell - My Home2016
    Shallow BreathPatient 0 · 2015
    Porcelain WhorePatient 0 · 2015

    References

    Enterprise Earth Wikipedia


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