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The End

The End are a four piece metalcore band that call Ontario, Canada home, but traditionally spend a lot of time on the road. The band is currently signed toRelapse Records. The End'sdebut release EP "Transfer Trachea..." and their first full length "Within Divida" were extreme-music influenced and commonly classified as mathcore. Theirmost recent release,"Elementary" has a more refined sound with definite song structures and clean vocals.

In late 2007 guitarist Andrew Hercules left the band for undisclosed reasons. According to their MySpace page in early 2009, the group has yet to add apermanent replacement.

http://theendband.bandcamp.com/

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LPs
Elementary
2007

3.8
238 Votes
Within Dividia
2004

3.5
80 Votes
EPs
Transfer Trachea Reverberations from Point: False Omniscient
2001

4
77 Votes

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