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END finish tracking new record

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 7:26 PM PT


Heavy hardcore/metal collective END, who count among their ranks current and former members of Counterparts, Misery Signals, Fit For An Autopsy and Reign Supreme, have finished tracking the follow-up to their 2017 debut, From the Unforgiving Arms of God.

During our newly-released podcast interview with END (and Counterparts) vocalist Brendan Murphy, he revealed that tracking is done, though mixing and mastering have yet to be entirely completed. Band member (and professional audio engineer) Will Putney has been handling production duties for the outing amid his own busy schedule. As such, a release schedule has yet to be determined (though we've been told that unlike their last record, Good Fight Music will not be handling this release).

In related news, END expect to return to the stage for some live shows late this fall.

You can check out the full interview below (END talk commences at the 59:25 mark).




15 comments


anonymous
285 days ago
END ENDs recording session. ENDs' tracking ENDs, ENDing their latest ENDeavor

anonymous
285 days ago
^ My god, you are so edgy.

anonymous
285 days ago
END is better than FFAA for one simple reason - no Fat Pat bragging about his BMWs, pretending he had an A-level sponsorship with Ibanez, or reminding every single person he speaks to that he is an jerk (advice: if you have to tell someone you are something, you are not that thing).

anonymous
285 days ago
Call me edgelord

anonymous
285 days ago
why do you interview the worst bands?

anonymous
285 days ago
I'd rather END my fking life than listen to this

anonymous
285 days ago
Hey look it's the hunchback of notre dame

anonymous
284 days ago
NAILS > END

anonymous
284 days ago
Slipknot > END > Counterparts

anonymous
284 days ago
One of the only decent bands doing this type of sound today. Legitimately thrilled to hear this. I award this band no band flips, please stay safe out there.

anonymous
284 days ago
I love the first EPMD record.

anonymous
284 days ago
END is tight.

Turn up the treble on your mic.

284 days ago
been waiting on this album for a while

anonymous
284 days ago
^ a no one waiting on a release from a group of nobodies. Fitting

anonymous
283 days ago
Djent lovers of :58 second songs are stoked