ENTERPRISE EARTH are pleased to unleash the official new video for "Scars Of The Past," now playing at Decibel Magazine. The punishing track comes by way of the band's Luciferous full-length, released last Spring via Entertainment One (eOne) / Good Fight Music.

Comments the band, "'Scars Of The Past' is reflection. The pain of our past mistakes, haunting with a shadow of fear that the pain animates across the bare walls of the present moment. The meaning it holds is an anthem to recovery. Letting go of the pain and recognizing that the pain we experienced is what made us stronger. It's a part of who we are. This video was taken at a sold-out show in Atlanta, Georgia. It was able to capture what the song and metal as a whole stands for. Letting go of the past and living life to the fullest in the present moment. If we could turn back time, we would do it again."

Adds Decibel, "It starts out with eerie clean guitar, a genre staple, which continues underneath increasingly heavy chords. It's a testament to the creepy nature that a little wave at the camera from vocalist Dan Watson goes from sweet to scary. The track builds slowly, though the intense video suggests it's at 100 from the get-go. The cuts are quick, as members flip around, appear in a cloud of miasma and generally wreak mayhem on the screen. Everything really kicks into gear with a high-octane riff, accompanied by a kaleidoscopic effect on the performance. The breakdown throws you for a loop by beginning with brutal trem picking before the expected chugs batter you into oblivion."

View ENTERPRISE EARTH's "Scars Of The Past" at Decibel HERE.

Founded in 2014 by ex-Infant Annihilator vocalist Dan Watson and ex-Takeover guitarist BJ Sampson, ENTERPRISE EARTH takes its name from a confluence of Illuminati and other conspiracy theories. Produced and mixed by Jason Suecof (The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, Job For A Cowboy, Carnifex), Luciferous showcases a band committed to brutal audio onslaught and proficient excellence. The band's authentic death metal precision and technical might is unquestionable, as evidenced by their ravenous live delivery. True road warriors, ENTERPRISE EARTH has teamed with contemporaries like Dying Fetus, Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, Thy Art Is Murder, Carnifex, Oceano, and Winds Of Plague, and joined the Summer Slaughter Tour with iconic genre trailblazers like Cannibal Corpse, Nile, and Suffocation.

Preview and purchase ENTERPRISE EARTH's Luciferous at THIS LOCATION.

"...when it comes to groove-driven, blasting death metal with jaw-shattering beatdowns and jarring moments of slow-motion macabre, all requirements have been 100% fulfilled." -- Blabbermouth

"The band find a kind of meaning in the auditory suffering, but that 'meaning' is not that everything is all okay in the end or even that it can be 'okay' at any further point. ENTERPRISE EARTH have instead packed a feeling into their newest record of utter backbreaking despair that knows no bounds, using the context of epically grueling death metal to elucidate and explore a pervading sense of rot that one need not look too far for these days." -- New Noise Magazine

"...an explosion of emotion - raw, pure, and uninhibited - that grips the listener from start to finish. It is a concentrated mass of fury, horror, and pure tone. Albums like this do not come around often. Few manage to do so much so well with such consistency. ENTERPISE EARTH have touched on something truly special here." -- Distorted Sound


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