Posts Tagged ‘The End’

End, The – Elementary

Here’s a musical transition I didn’t see coming. Canada’s The End, after an EP and two albums of Dillinger worshipping, uber complex mathcore, have settled down and spread their wings. Though not quite as drastic as Cave In’s mid era transformation, as The End still deliver plenty of churning, technical riffs and bitter vocal patterns, […]

Winds – The Imaginary Direction of Time

So here is the follow up to 2002’s artfully sublime Reflection of the I from Norway’s heralds of classically laced metal. For those that don’t know, Winds is the brain child of one piano progeny Andy Winter, who has garnered the aid of some of Norway’s most respected extreme musicians to help him deliver his […]