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Good For A Girl

Chaney Crabb: Entheos

  • S1E4
  • 1:05:52
  • March 24th 2021

Courtney speaks to Chaney Crabb - vocalist for Entheos and co-host of the KoperCrabb Podcast. 

During this episode they discuss podcasting, creating music in Entheos, avoiding being pigeon-holed in one genre, how Chaney was influenced by the french electronic band Air, knowing your worth and never selling yourself short, band finances, good vs bad record deals, having to cover tour expenses, the unglamourous realities of being a touring musician, why many metal musicians have to work ‘real’ jobs, Dave Ramsey and his strategies for budgeting and avoiding debt, Entheos’ DIY approach to touring, advice for aspiring metal musicians, viewing your band as a business, Chaney’s marriage to Entheos drummer Navene, working on the Dark Future album, the technicalities of writing lyrics, The Ocean Collective, and more. 

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Join Courtney LaPlante, vocalist of Spiritbox, for her latest project - Good For A Girl. This podcast is an inside look at the realities and challenges of being a woman in the music industry, especially the metal scene - which has been male-dominated for a long time and still is today. 

Through conversations with Musicians, Radio DJs, Record Executives, and more Courtney explores how their personal experiences of gender inequality influenced and shaped them as they navigated their way along difficult career paths. Because as a woman working in metal, nothing comes easy. 

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