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"everythingends "chasing the everafter" review"

Everything Ends
Chasing the Everafter
Everything Ends Music
Released April 2006
Best Track: the Disagreement Pact
Worst Track: Gunfight
RIYL: Kaddisfly, Glassjaw, Mars Volta
3 stars out of 5

Everything Ends is finally back. Their long anticipated return with
new singer Ian Titus,
formerly of the Baltimore based band Yclept has culminated
with the release of their new seven song EP, Chasing the Everafter.
The release is jam-packed with great new songs from the reformed local rock heroes and demonstrates that this fresh
start is nearly the begining for
Everything Ends. A hodgepodge of rock musical styles, Chasing the Everafter captures the band at
their best in an extremely well produced recording.Walking a tightrope of pop hooks, indie experimentation, and posthardcore
aggression, Everything Ends
pulls off the balancing act effortlessly. Chasing the Everafter is a gem of a local recording, with great rock riffs and rhythms coupled with meaningful songs that capture audiences. Be sure to catch this band live now that they’re back at it. With fans hanging
for almost a year, Chasing the
Everafter is certainly a treat. - Word Magazine April 06


Beautifully Tragic (1999)*
The Uncertainty of Another Day (2001)*
Red Letter Season ep (2004) – can be found on www.cdbaby.com/everythingends
Chasing the Everafter - (2006)

*-released under the name Stigma



“Where the hell is Jamestown NY?”, a question commonly posed to the members of the alternative-post hardcore unit everythingends. With a blistering live show and songs to match, it’s a question they may be answering a lot in the near furture.

Rising in early 06 from the ashes of fallen regional bands, everythingends began with a plane ticket and a dream. After months of searching for a singer Aaron, Ben and Dave had nearly given up on the band. Through the miracles of Myspace.com, Ian Titus had gotten ahold of their music and recorded a rough demo. “I was immediately blown away by his voice, but I figured that because he was from so far away(Baltimore MD)it was just a fleeting interest in the band”, says Trusso. The band decided to fly him to Jamestown for a weekend, and after a grueling 3 days of intense rehearsal, Ian was welcomed into the group.

Based upon many styles and influences, everythingends has honed its music into a impressive hodgepodge of influences. Citing the likes of Circa Survive, Thrice, Pink Floyd and Dredg as influences barley scratches the surface of what the band is about. Walking a tightrope of pop hooks, indie experimentation, and post-hardcore aggression, everythingends pulls off the balancing act effortlessly. “Staying in one place musically is something we have no interest in” states Trusso. “If you don’t try different things you grow stale, evolution is the essence of art.”
Releasing an e.p. entitled “Chasing the Everafter” in April, the band has destroyed stages all over the North East and Mid Atlantic states. The seven songs on the e.p. present a vision with strong conviction and hooks, with plenty of room to grow. “I feel like we didn’t pigionhole ourselves into any one genre, its just a good rock disc”, Trusso says of Chasing the Everafter. With a wash of momentum building behind the band, everythingends will soon be blowing minds in a city near you.


Wednesday, Nov 1st- Wasu w/ Kaddisfly: Warren, PA

Thursday, Nov 2nd- Merlin’s: Buffalo, NY
Friday, November 3rd- Mojos: Jamestown, NY

Saturday, November 4th- Starbucks – State College PA

Sunday, November 5th- Firestation Bar & Cue- Gaithersburg, MD

Monday, November 6th- Mac’s -Essex, MD
Tuesday, November 7th- Muhlenberg Rec Center: Reading, PA

Wednesday, November 8th- Millcreek Tavern ,Philadelphia, PA
Thursday, November 9th: Le Grand Fromage – Atlantic City, NJ
Friday, November 10th: The Pearl – Sommers Point NJ

Saturday, November 11th: 10 West – Galloway NJ
Sunday, November 12th: The Sterling Hotel – Allentown PA

Monday, November 13th: Bar 169: New York City, NY

Tuesday, November 14th: Dragon Chasers Emporium - State College, PA
Thursday, November 16th: Club Diesel - Pittsburgh, PA

FRI, FEB 16th- TOUR KICKOFF @ Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena: Jamestown, NY

SAT, FEB 17th- CEDARS LOUNGE: Youngstown, OH

SUN, FEB 18th- The Jigsaw Parma, OH

TUE, FEB 20- Whiskey Dick’s - Columbus , OHIO

W, FEB 21- The Bullfrog - Redford MI

TH, FEB 22- Military St music cafe – Port Huron MI

FRI, FEB 23- The Corner Bar – Kalamazoo MI

SAT , FEB 24- Pendelton heights high school Pendelton IN

SUN, FEB 25- Wise Fools Pub - Chicago IL

MON, FEB 26- Silvies Lounge 21+ Chicago IL

W, FEB 28- The Nite Owl – Dayton OH

TH, MARCH 1- DAYTON, OH – The Waterfront

FRI, MARCH 2- Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theater

SAT, MARCH 3rd – The Underground, Sandusky OH

SUN, MARCH 4- The Robin Hood Kent OH


TUE, MARCH 6- Club Khameleon – Kent OH

TH, MARCH 8- Garfield Artworks – Pittsburgh PA

FRI, MARCH 9- Teen Oasis – Monroeville PA

SAT, MARCH 10- North End Fire Hall – Pottstown PA


WED, MARCH 14- Whiskey Dix Saloon – Philidelphia PA

TH, MARCH 15- Sterling Hotel – Allentown PA


SAT, MARCH 17- Memories Lounge - richland NJ

SUN, MARCH 18th- TRASH BAR – Brooklyn NY

TUES, MARCH 20 – The Grogg and Tankard - WASHINGTON DC

WED, MARCH 21 –The Black Hole Club Baltimore MD

THURS, MARCH 22 – The Golden Noodle – California MD


SAT MARCH 24 – Smalls – Harrisburg PA

Played with: Super No 7 ( Rust /Universal), Erase the Grey(Universal), David Reilly of God Lives Underwater (A&M records), Kaddisfly(Hopeless records) Trigger Point (Corporate Punishment).

Songs currently played on:
WEDG 103.3
WKIS 106.9
WROK 100.9

Songs featured on the Independent film “The Messiah Complex”, currently showing at film festivals in the southeast.

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