The self-titled debut album from Connecticut Metal Collective ENTIERRO is out now and streaming! Get your fix at entierro.bandcamp.com/album/entierro-2

ENTIERRO previously released a lyric video for album track Cyclonic Winds and an official video for Dybbuk.

The ENTIERRO sound can best be described as focused on heavy drum and bass interplay, twin guitars harmonizing over visceral riffs with dynamic, multi-layered vocals. Founding member Christopher Taylor Beaudette (vocals/bass), who has played with JASTA and KINGDOM OF SORROW, provides a unique blend of captivating melodies mixed with soaring harmonies, while ex-FATES WARNING guitarist Victor Arduini strengthens the seamless blend of NWOBHM with a bit of Thrash and a touch of Doom. The result is a muscular collection of captivating and surprisingly catchy songs.

ENTIERRO is a modern Classic Heavy Metal band that is focused on using their past influences to create an intense expression of powerful riffs and handcrafted slabs of undisputed sonic steel that any fan of the genre will appreciate and enjoy.

“These eight songs navigate through a classic metal template that contains doom, traditional and even thrash. Another group to add to that list of bands who possess the passion, musicianship, and intuitive songwriting skills to go places.” (8.5/10)
– Dead Rhetoric

“A modern spin on the classic metal sound, Entierro throw out exciting guitar harmonies over sharpened riffs. Backed up by a thumping bass, drums and visceral vocals that are multi-layered, Entierro make a lot of noise.”
– Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life

ENTIERRO is:

Christopher Taylor Beaudette (Jasta/Kingdom of Sorrow) – Vocals/Bass
Victor Arduini (Ex-Fates Warning, Arduini/Balich,Freedoms Reign) Guitars
Christopher Begnal – Guitars
Dave Parmelee – Drums

ENTIERRO has played extensively throughout the Northeast, surprising fans of all types of heavy genres with their energetic and precise live shows, and have released two EPs since 2014. ENTIERRO released their self-titled debut album on September 10, which was recorded at Dexter’s Lab in Milford, CT by engineer Nick Bellmore. The band will be performing a series of shows throughout New England in support of their new release. Dates can be found at www.entierro.bandcamp.com

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