NoCleanSinging Premiere ENTITY’s ‘200,000 Years’ + Western Canadian Tour Dates

NoCleanSinging Premiere ENTITY’s ‘200,000 Years’ + Western Canadian Tour Dates

L-R: Carl Brown (Bass), Kyle Braun (Drums), Adam Kozak (Guitar/Vocals), Tyler Augusto (Guitar)

Photo Credit: Bradon Bollen

Hitting the road for a tour across Western Canada with their main stop being the Armstrong Metal Fest on July 15th, Winnipeg’s blackened death metallers ENTITY are premiering their new single ‘200,000 Years’ via The track features a guitar solo from Roger Mowat of GOD SAID KILL and will be one of many brutal assaulting tracks from their forthcoming 2017 album ‘Phobia of The Formless’. Since the band’s inception in 2012, they have unleashed a discography featuring 2015’s ‘Vindictive Killing’ (single), 2014’s Horrendous and Repugnant (single), 2014’s ‘Strings’ (EP) and 2014’s ‘Demo(n)’ (LP) plus have shared the stage with such acts as Skeletonwitch, Cryptopsy and legendary Canadian metal act Razor.

‘200,000 Years’ is streaming via at the following link:

The Armstrong Metalfest Tour w/ Inverted Serenity:

July 13 – Vancouver, BC @ The Hindenburg

July 14 – Kamloops, BC @ The Office – info (Armstrong Metalfest Kick Off Party)

July 15 – Armstrong, BC @ Armstrong Metal Fest – info

July 17 – Edmonton, AB @ DV8 – info

July 18 – Calgary, AB @ Distortion – info

July 19 – Winnipeg, MB @ The Park Theatre

July 29 – Winnipeg, MB @ The Park Theatre*

*without Inverted Serenity

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Thundering in the distance of the Canadian prairies from the depths of Winnipeg hail four-piece ENTITY generating blasphemous death metal tainted with thrash. The four-year-old project grew out of a desire to generate terrifying metal complete with gratuitous solos and complimentary blast beats that whip each song into shape. They have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with such acts as Skeletonwitch, Cryptopsy, and legendary Canadian metal act Razor.

Carl Brown (bass), Kyle Braun (drums), Adam Kozak (guitar/vocals), Tyler Augusto (guitar) are constantly pushing their writing abilities to create music that sounds like an army pacing through the muddy trenches of war and emerges victorious. Their influences are present in each song, and elements from old school thrash to new school technical death metal can be extracted throughout. Instrumentally, the guitar tone pierces through the blasting drums and is stitched together with doomy vocals. Each song is written to be a map through a tremendous journey with the band as the listener’s adept guide.

The band has produced a staggering four albums over the course of 4 years and is ready to release the height of their musical efforts, ‘Phobia Of The Formless’ [LP] in early 2017. Their songs are filled with torturous lyrics that pair well with their high energy stage performance

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