Sorrow Has A Perfect End

Sorrow Has A Perfect End

BandAlternativeNew Age

Invoking emotions a kin to Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” Partridge’s tortured vocals cut through deeply saturated layers of instrumentation that range from sparse digital harmonies to overwhelming chaotic rhythms. Digital drums, dirty synths and distorted guitars mutate into the Sorrow sound.

Biography

Sorrow Has a Perfect End is an evolutionary adaptation of a band once known as ShAPE. Sorrow’s genetic drift began in 2007 founded by Singer/Songwriter Starsky Partridge. Known for his work as a video game composer and sound designer on The Unreal Series (PC/Xbox) and most recently on Fatal Inertia (Xbox360/PS3), Partridge has elected to redirect his talents inward for his most recent offering: “tHE fEASTING”. Mixed in chest pounding Dolby 5.1, the songs combine schizophrenic electronics with insidious guitar and tooth rattling beats.

Discography

The Feasting (2007)
The Harvest (2004)
Sorrow Has A Perfect End (2004)
In Sleep We Dream Of Dreadful Things (1997)

Set List

Sorrow's set is capable of varying in length from 40 minutes to 90 minutes. Typically Sorrow plays two 45 minute sets of original content.

Short Set:
Impermanent
Shadow
Fragment
The Harvest
Real
New Skin
This Wasting
Vacant

Long Set:
The day we set the cities aflame
Fragment
The Harvest
Ripple
Real
New Skin
Apple
Vacant
Welcome to the machine

Impermanent
Shadow
Crumble
Something short of pleasant
The Harvester
All cats are grey
This Wasting
Black Sky