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End It All - Mass Destruction

Posted on November 12, 2006

New England has produced some, actually most of, the better Metal acts to date. Bands such as Blood Has Been Shed, Unearth, Killswitch Engage, and the thrasy Shadows Fall. End It All contain elements of each of those bands mentioned…and more. Before you can say "Oh NOES?!?!?! not another generic New England band", refrain yourself from saying it. Why? Because End It All sets themselves apart with structured breakdows, soundscapes, synths, scandinavian riggs, harmony, melody, thrash, blast beats, and some of the most murderous screaming. There are even some hints of Melodic Death Metal influence. Each track displays the diversity of this band, End it All are most definitely an extremely impressive underground band.

From start to finsh End it All keeps their energy high and keeps your attention. Stand out tracks such as, "Winds of Change" and my personal favorite "Bury My Burden" (which displays the sickest intro on the whole EP), will NOT disappoint a metal fan.

I have featured this band on my podcast (THE DEAD ZONE) many times, for good reason, THEY FUCKING RULE! I suggest if you haven't listened to them go do it immediately. End it All is for the fans of THE ABSENCE, LAMB OF GOD, IN FLAMES, UNEARTH, SHADOWS FALL, and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER. I can not pin point an exact genre, but if any genre was named Melodic Thrashy Metalcore, they'd fit right in there.

End It All awaits you to bring you the most diverse "MASS DESTRUCTION".

Tracklisting:

1. Intro/Kingdom of Shadows
2. Winds of Change
3. Bury My Burden
4. As The Angel Spreads Her Wings
5. Darkest Before Dawn

Rating 7/10

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Originally Posted by JonMichael on Thursday, March 16 2006 6:15 PM

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