ENTERPRISE EARTH TO RELEASE PATIENT ø VIA STAY SICK RECORDINGS ON DECEMBER 11

deef1dc5-1427-4fd2-b323-0961cc21cc46ENTERPRISE EARTH TO RELEASE PATIENT ø VIA STAY SICK RECORDINGS ON DECEMBER 11

(New York, N.Y.): Enterprise Earth, the six-piece deathcore band from Spokane, Washington, featuring three guitarists, will release Patient ø via Stay Sick Recordings on December 11. This marks the second release from the newly-launched Stay Sick, the label owned and operated by Attila frontman Fronz.

Enterprise Earth were formed by Dan Watson, the former vocalist of Infant Annihilator, and BJ Sampson in the summer of 2014. Quickly after its inception, the band developed an intense Internet following. They released their first single “Masquerade of Angels” and it was welcomed with open arms by the death metal community.

A mere few months into its nascent career, the band released its debut, five-song EP 23. The release spread like wildfire on the web. The band then signed with Stay Sick in the spring of 2015.

Album track “Transorbital Awakening” features a guest guitar solo from Rings of Saturn guitarist Joel Omans, while “Amorphous” boasts guest vocals from Adam Warren of Oceano.

c023f6ec-bf8b-4b5f-8181-4c0f955c14ebEnterprise Earth are the new heavyweights of metal,” Fronz said. “Their music is a well-balanced concoction of brutality, with all of the elements needed to keep listeners coming back for more.”

Patient ø will officially release on December 11. Pre-orders are now available via MerchNow.

Check out the song “Shallow Breath.”

PATIENT ø TRACK LISTING:
“Shallow Breath”
“Theophany”
“Hollow Face”
“Amid Vultures”
“Porcelain Whore”
“Kiss of the Recluse”
“Sus Cibum”
“Transorbital Awakening”
“Patient Zero”
“Amorphous”

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