Glen's End
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Glen's End

Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Band Rock Alternative


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Accumulation EP



glensend is an electric rock band that consists of 5 members who play an exciting, rhythmically driven combination of alternative/industrial Rock.

They formed in early 2010, with Ana Roodt on Vocals, Pieter Janse v Rensburg on Guitar, Lourene Mostert on Guitar, Gerhardt B Diedericks on Drums and Rudolf Stassen on bass.

Together these 5 individuals –with entirely different backgrounds - found a way to use their personal music influences and combine it to create something fresh. Interesting rock riffs, melodic vocals, not-your-average bass lines with unique drum sequences, sums up what these 5 individuals create. Their music will definitely keep you wanting more and they will continuously challenge themselves to create something unique and different for every listener!

Glen’s End has played dozens of shows with a variety of different artist/bands at venues across South Africa. These venues include: Tings ‘n Times in Pretoria,KKNK 2010 festival in Oudtshoorn, Café Barcelona in Pretoria, Factory Night Club in Centurion,Woofstock 2010 festival in Hartebeespoort, Ratanga Junction for the Global Moguls competition in Cape Town where they ended up 3rd in SA, just to name a few.
Other bands/artist that Glen’s End have performed with include: The December Streets, Juggernaught, Black Cat Bones, Black Era, Only when it Rains, The LA ELS, Die Onbekende, Remember Your Mortality.

Their first EP recording called ‘Accumulation’ was completed April 2011 and things are not going to stop there. They will soon be doing their Photo shoot with the famous Sean Brand and also their music video for their first single '180' with Catch That Rabbit Production Company.

With already more than 1100 fans on Facebook, glensend’s mission is to build up an even bigger fan base in and around Gauteng, and spreading their music to other parts of the country.