Entheos released their second full-length album Time Will Take Us All in 2023 and they’re already back with a brand new EP! Entheos will release An End To Everything on October 25 and is now streaming the single “All For Nothing” alongside a music video directed by David Brodsky for My Good Eye: Music Visuals.

An End To Everything‘s title and lyrics are significant on a personal level and depict an era in my life that ended with the death of a close friend because of addiction,” said Entheos vocalist Chaney Crabb. “This person had thrived in life against many odds, but ultimately succumbed as a result of their own poor decisions. An End To Everything is about the nature of the darkness of life and the human experience.

“Musically, our goal on this EP was to write five songs that could both stand on their own as singles and be cohesive as a collection. As always, we aimed to incorporate many different musical influences and blend them in a succinct way. Over the span of three months, we worked from the demo stages to completion alongside Mark Lewis, who co-produced and engineered the EP, to make five tracks that are uniquely Entheos, and we are incredibly proud of the result.”

Pre-orders for An End To Everything available here. Check out Entheos‘ full touring schedule with (and without) As I Lay Dying and Chelsea Grin for this summer below, and get your tickets here.

Entheos only

7/18 Lefty’s – Des Moines, IA w/ He Is Legend
7/19 The Cabooze – St. Paul, MN
7/22 Preserving Underground – Pittsburgh, PA
8/1 Southport – New Orleans, LA

w/ As I Lay Dying & Chelsea Grin

7/10 Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
7/12 Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
7/13 Temple Theatre – Tacoma, WA
7/14 Knitting Factory – Boise, ID
7/15 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
7/16 Summit – Denver, CO
7/17 The Truman – Kansas City, MO
7/19 Upheaval Festival – Grand Rapids, MI
7/21 House Of Blues – Chicago, IL
7/23 Empire Live – Albany, NY
7/24 Irving Plaza – New York, NY
7/25 Theater of The Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
7/26 The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD
7/27 The NorVa – Norfolk, VA
7/29 The Fillmore – Charlotte, NC
7/30 The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
7/31 Jannus Landing – St. Petersburg, FL
8/2 House Of Blues – Houston, TX
8/3 The Factory in Deep Ellum – Dallas, TX
8/4 Vibes Event Center – San Antonio, TX
8/6 El Rey Theater – Albuquerque, NM
8/7 The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ
8/8 The Belasco – Los Angeles, CA
8/10 The Observatory Northpark – San Diego, CA

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