The Ending
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The Ending

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The Ending's debut album will be out in April of 2005 and available online. Three of the songs from the record can be heard in this EPK and online at the following URLs:


Feeling a bit camera shy


Formed in 2003 at the University of Illinois, The Ending have brought their genre crossing brand of hard, progressive rock from the Midwest to the West Coast and back. All six members of the band are highly trained rudiment percussionists and all have marched in college drumlines or drum corps. for at least 4 years. It's this fundamental approach to musical focus and work ethic that, (blah, blah, blah) when applied to rock n' roll, yields some of the most interesting and imaginitive results. Tenacious devotion and understanding of rehearsal, vibe, (blah, blah, blah, we rock...) groove, work, work, work and work set The Ending apart from most young bands today. Emotional lyricism and razor sharp, melodic hooks make The Ending's songs appealing to a huge and diverse audience and their chaotic, high-energy live shows deliver every time. The Ending will be touring the Midwest in the Summer of 2005 and have no plans to ever stop.
Attention: This bio totally sucks and soon I will write a much more interesting one with far more outright lies and untruths in the hopes that you'll read it and then think we're awesome on the strength of my storytelling alone. (doubtful) In the meantime, Danimal is wearing an Iron Maiden t-shirt that I bought for him.


p.s. - "Genre Crossing" is actually French for "We're too dumb to know what to call it but we think it might be rock-like" and I'm positive that it should be hyphenated but not capitalized.