RIVERS OF NIHIL And ENTHEOS To Support LORNA SHORE For Three Special Holiday Shows In December

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Metal Blade Records label-mates Rivers of Nihil and Entheos will support Lorna Shore’s trio of holiday shows this December. The short run, dubbed 3 Nights Of A Lorna Shore Christmas, will see the tour package playing Worcester, Long Island, and Sayreville December 20th, 21st, and 22nd. In addition to Rivers of Nihil and Entheos, additional support will be supplied by Currents and Varials.

Rivers of Nihil guitarist Brody Uttley stated: “We are stoked to be doing a few dates on the East Coast with our pals in Lorna Shore. These shows will undoubtedly crush, and we can’t wait to bring some old and new favorites to the stage to warm you all up for the holiday season.”

Entheos vocalist Chaney Crabb added: “We’re excited to be joining Lorna Shore’s Christmas shows this year alongside Currents, Rivers Of Nihil, and Varials. Each night will be one to remember and we’re looking forward to celebrating the holiday with three of the best crowds in the country. See you all soon.”

Tickets for all shows are available now. See all dates below.

3 Nights Of A Lorna Shore Christmas w/ Currents, Rivers Of Nihil, Varials, Entheos:

12/20/2023 The Palladium – Worcester, MA [ Tickets ]
12/21/2023 The Paramount – Long Island, NY [ Tickets ]
12/22/2023 Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ [ Tickets ]

In March 2023, Reading, Pennsylvania-based Rivers of Nihil wrapped up a recording session that saw the now four-piece band birth a considerable amount of new music featuring their previous bassist/backup vocalist Adam Biggs as the new lead vocalist/bassist. This recording session also marked the first appearance of new guitarist Andy Thomas (ex-Black Crown Initiate), whose vocals also play prominently in the music as a member of Rivers of Nihil. These new singles are the first to showcase the band’s new lineup in full-on collaboration, and demonstrate that while this is a new, brave sound with tons of potential, it also carries the band’s classic energy.

Pushing progressive death metal in ever more imaginative directions, Entheos continues to stand apart from the pack. Incorporating elements drawn from myriad genres – including death metal, groove, grunge, electronica, slam, gothic rock, jazz, prog and more – they have evolved with every release. Having stripped down to a two-piece in 2020 has helped to streamline the band and allow the core members to make the music they want to with no compromise, which is clearly to their betterment. Earlier this year the band released the diverse and exhilarating “Time Will Take Us All” full-length, and in recent weeks released a new single, the ‘Drumcorps’ remix of the “Time Will Take Us All” song ‘The Interior Wilderness’.


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