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ENTERPRISE EARTH: The Chosen Out TODAY; US Tour Underway

ENTERPRISE EARTH: The Chosen Out TODAY; US Tour Underway - MNRK Heavy
Today marks the official release date of The Chosen, the long anticipated new full-length from progressive deathcore outfit ENTERPRISE EARTH.

Thick with atmosphere and groove-driven, old-school death metal with modern flourishes, the record finds the band switching gears from earth-shattering breakdowns to sickeningly slow sludge to blast furnace pummeling with seemingly effortless ease. Writes Blabbermouth of the offering, “…ENTERPRISE EARTH come pretty close to transcending deathcore altogether on The Chosen, instead pursuing a new and often electrifying hybrid of modern (and not so modern) metallic styles, replete with far bigger tunes than on any previous record. From the opening seconds of ‘Where Dreams Are Broken,’ the sheer, shiny weight of this thing is abundantly apparent. The Chosen sounds huge and definitive.”

The Chosen was engineered, produced, mixed, and mastered by the band’s Gabe Mangold (now the group’s sole guitarist) save for the drums which were tracked with producer Jason Suecof (August Burns Red, Demon Hunter, Death Angel).

The Chosen is available on CD, LP, cassette, and digitally. Find ordering options at THIS LOCATION.

View the band’s previously released videos for “Where Dreams Are Broken” HERE, “Reanimate // Disintegrate” HERE, and “Legends Never Die” HERE.


ENTERPRISE EARTH is currently on a US tour supporting Fit For An Autopsy. The month-long trek, which commenced on January 5th in Columbus, Ohio, runs through February 12th in New York City. Additional support is being provided by Ingested, Signs Of The Swarm, and labelmates, Great American Ghost. See all remaining dates below.

ENTERPRISE EARTH w/ Fit For An Autopsy, Ingested, Signs Of The Swarm, Great American Ghost [remaining dates]:
1/14/2022 Dante’s – Portland, OR
1/15/2022 El Corazon – Seattle, WA
1/17/2022 Goldfield Trading Post – Sacramento, CA
1/18/2022 The Phoenix Theater – Petaluma, CA
1/19/2022 1720 – Los Angeles, CA
1/20/2022 Brick By Brick – San Diego, CA
1/22/2022 Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
1/24/2022 Come And Take It Live – Austin, TX
1/25/2022 Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
1/26/2022 Gas Monkey Bar & Grill – Dallas, TX
1/27/2022 89th Street – Oklahoma City, OK
1/28/2022 Growlers – Memphis, TN
1/29/2022 Red Flag – St. Louis, MO
1/30/2022 The Basement East – Nashville, TN
2/01/2022 Crowbar – Tampa, FL
2/02/2022 Respectables – West Palm Beach, FL
2/03/2022 The Haven – Winterpark, FL
2/04/2022 The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
2/05/2022 Blind Tiger – Greensboro, NC
2/07/2022 Crafthouse – Pittsburgh, PA
2/08/2022 Sound Stage – Baltimore, MD
2/09/2022 The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA
2/10/2022 The Palladium – Worcester, MA
2/11/2022 Webster Underground – Hartford, CT
2/12/2022 The Gramercy Theatre – New York, NY

“The Chosen sounds and feels like an intermittently experimental masterclass, as ENTERPRISE EARTH warp crushing grooves to their own foul ends, ugly electronics bursting from every calcified pore and enough mad-eyed melodrama to briskly check the infernally gothic box, too.” 8.5/10 – Blabbermouth

“Barely two weeks into 2022 and we already find ourselves in the presence of a band who are redrawing the battlelines. Is it too early to say that, in The Chosen, ENTERPRISE EARTH have made sure they’re going to be hard to topple from the top of the pack?” -- V13

“The Chosen is ENTERPRISE EARTH’s most-everything record to date: it’s the heaviest, the most vicious, the most technical, and, not for nothing, the catchiest offering in the band’s already-impressive repertoire, and it’s already destined to be one of 2022’s must-hear metal releases.” -- MetalSucks

“ENTERPRISE EARTH is here to pound you into dust…” -- Metal Injection

“…a monster of an album.” -- Wonderbox Metal

“ENTERPRISE EARTH might be among the chosen few of heavy bands to make marked progression and refinement without sacrificing intensity, aggression or energy… without a doubt the most memorable ENTERPRISE EARTH release to date.” -- New Transcendence