END Announce New Album On Closed Casket Activities, Drop “Pariah” Video
END ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM SPLINTERS FROM AN EVER-CHANGING FACE
BAND SHARES VIDEO FOR NEW SONG “PARIAH” — WATCH
END have just announced their new album Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face. The album is out June 5 via Closed Casket Activities.
The band has shared the frightening video for the new single “Pariah.” Watch + listen here.
“Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face. 11 tracks that dive deep into a psyche of chaos, isolation, madness, and violence. Collectively an overwhelming amount of creative work and intensity went into this record. We can’t wait for you to experience it all,” the band says.
END is a collection of musicians from various sub-genres of extreme music, including current and former members of Counterparts, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Fit For An Autopsy, Misery Signals, Shai Hulud, and Reign Supreme. END initially began as a passion project by producer/engineer Will Putney (Every Time I Die, Gojira, Body Count, Knocked Loose) in late 2016. But the band has quickly built a reputation for their violent and destructive brand of hardcore/grind.
The debut EP From The Unforgiving Arms Of God, released in fall 2017 via Good Fight Music, was met with critical praise, and the sporadic shows and festival appearances that followed helped solidify END as an undeniable live act.
Summer 2020 marks the release of their debut full-length, Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face, to be released on Closed Casket Activities. The new LP is focused and accomplished, a rewarding period piece that pays tribute to the influences of the band’s collective upbringing, but also opens new doors for the creative potential END possesses.
Brendan Murphy (Counterparts) — Vocals
Will Putney (Fit For An Autopsy) — Guitars
Gregory Thomas (ex-Misery Signals, ex-Shai Hulud) — Guitars
Jay Pepito (Reign Supreme, ex-Blacklisted) — Bass
Billy Rymer (ex-The Dillinger Escape Plan) — Drums
“The Reach of Resurrection”
“Fear for Me Now”
“Captive to My Curse”
“Every Empty Vein”
“Sands of Sleep”