After four years, the bass virtuoso has decided to part ways with the metal supergroup

After four years, two albums, and a slew of touring, bass virtuoso Evan Brewer has decided to leave his band Entheos and move on to other projects and musical passions. The ex-bassist of The Faceless, Animosity, and many others helped found the metal supergroup with fellow thrashers Chaney Crabb, Navene Koperweis, and Travis LeVrier back in early 2015. 

Brewer announced his departure by stating: “My time as the bassist of Entheos has come to an end. As always, I’m available for lessons, recording, and live performances if the circumstances are right."

Entheos also posted about split, saying: “As many of you know, Evan has been missing from touring recently. Unfortunately, his time in Entheos has officially come to an end. We wish him all the best with his family and future musical endeavors.”

Brewer had been notably missing from their live lineup in 2018. He is now offering lessons and can be contacted: HERE

And if you're not familiar with Brewer's work, check out these clips. Because, dude, seriously.