Death: An Anthology

Enterprise Earth - Death: An Anthology
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2024 Ratings: #18 / 105
User Score
Based on 109 ratings
2024 Rank: #72
Liked by 13 people
February 2, 2024 / Release Date
LP / Format
MNRK / Label
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Metal Injection
Enterprise Earth knocked the wind out of me on almost every track and I'm confident it will have the same effect on both new and old fans.
Distorted Sound
Across a litany of themes and at times, shockingly grandiose movements, the band evoke many emotions, from the desire to become a bull in a china shop and smash up everything in the vicinity to moments of reflection and pondering the nature of life and indeed death itself.
If even a hesitant ex-elitist like me can find it in him to wax poetic about this album, then I expect that the real dyed-in-the-wool fans will be positively frothing at the mouth once they get their hands on it.
Metal Hammer
Reconstructed deathcore heavies get their thrills at the threshold.

Probably my favorite album of the year so far, insanely slept on!

Enterprise Earth are back 2 years after their last album "The Chosen", which was a great record that showed a lot of promise with tones of great tracks on it. I was very interested to see the direction they would take on their new record over here, and oh god, was I not expecting what I got...

"Death: An Anthology" takes the elements of their last record and carves them into an even more unique sound, ... read more


From what I've heard from Enterprise Earth before, I haven't really found them to be interesting or even entertaining. With "Death: An Anthology," that wasn't the case and I had a mostly interesting and enjoyable experience this time around.

I think the best moments on this album are ones where they're doing unique stuff that isn't typical to modern deathcore with a lot of production use. I think my favorite track is probably "Casket of Rust." It is 7 minutes long and ... read more


Not sure how to feel about this one. It's very chaotic, but not necesserily in the good sense of the word, the songs feels a bit unfocused with so many ideas mushed together. It sounds okay, and it sure is heavy, but I'm just not feeling it atm. Maybe with more listens I'll change my mind..


Fairly generic and roughly mixed deathcore with odd moments of heavy metal and thrash. Throw in some awkward choruses too.


This album has it's heavy moments and parts it does well, don't get me wrong, but I feel like there's a lack of purpose behind most of this release. Almost half of this album is generic deathcore with other amalgamations thrown in just to be "different" as opposed to making this release feel cohesive. The clean vocals don't do it for me, the A7X inspired harmony leads don't do it for me, and it most certainly did not need to be almost an hour long. If this is your thing, more power to ... read more


This album contains a lot of refreshing things. I understand why many people don't like it as much, but I've been listening to it a lot. One of my favorite 2024 releases so far.

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Added on: October 12, 2023