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Background information Navene Koperweis Navene K, Navene-k Born May 31, 1985 San Jose, California, US Origin San Francisco, California, US Genres Progressive metal, djent, deathcore, technical death metal, dubstep, electronica Instruments Drums, Guitar, Keyboard, Bass Animals as Leaders, Animosity, The Faceless, Fleshwrought, Hoods, Evan Brewer, Entheos Website navenek .com Navene Koperweis (born May 31, 1985) is an American drummer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer, best known as the former drummer of Animosity and Animals as Leaders. He currently plays for  Entheos.
Koperweis started drumming when he was eleven years old. He has played for
The Faceless, and runs his technical death metal project, Fleshwrought, where he plays all instruments.  He is also a  dubstep/ electronica producer, and is currently working on his debut electronic album.  
His influences include
Tim Alexander, Joey Jordison, Kevin Talley, John Longstreth, Terry Bozzio, Skrillex, Noisia, and Deadmau5.  
Prey for Death (2003) Hoods/Freya (2004)
Animals as Leaders
Human Design (EP; 2012) "Tear It Up" (Single; 2013)
"Night Movement" (Single; 2014)
"Warrior / Secret Police" (Single; 2014)
Mind (EP; 2014)
An Endless Sporadic
The Minerva Conduct "The Minerva Conduct" (2017)
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