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End of All | review | hardcore | Lollipop

End of All

by Adrian Bromley

End of All's self-titled release has a very nice abrasive mix of hardcore intensity and death metal momentum, though it takes more than a few listens to get into the music. After a few spins, the mood of the album hits you: This is a very dark and evil record. Situated in a world of evil, vicious actions and demented visions, this release is a loose cannon of emotions that spews out such rapid-fire intensity with little care about the aftermath. With a blistering rhythm section, heart-pounding riffs, and William Jackson's menacing vocal cries, End of All could do nothing but decimate any place they infiltrate.
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