The End Times
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The End Times

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"Song of the Day -- "Days of Plenty""

Apparently Seattle doom-folk outfit the End Times didn’t get the “hope” memo. Not exactly surprising considering the trio’s choice of moniker, and, honestly, the band’s dirge “Days of Plenty” rings with more truism than any uplifting speech by a political aspirant could. The track, which comes from the band’s recently-released eponymous EP, is a reminder of a political mindset that has, for the time-being, been set aside by many who have been challenged to rid themselves of cynicism. Still, as indictments of government go, it’s a poetic score and a prescient one at that. -- Mark Baumgarten, Editor, Seattle Sound Magazine - Seattle Sound Magazine


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Prayer disguised as sin for a nation stunted by guilt, stunned by opulence and numb from the terror of living through Armageddon. A vein of truth waits to be mined and The End Times want to sell you a map.

Drawing from various 20th Century folk traditions, The End Times confront the unanswerable questions for this final generation with only one conclusion to share: Everyone is wrong about whatever they believe.

Since 2007, The End Times have performed in Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia -- recorded with Jim Diamond at Ghetto Recorders (Detroit) and Conrad Uno at Egg Studios (Seattle) -- been added to rotation on KEXP 90.3 FM, performed live on Evergreen College's KAOS 89.3 FM and featured on KMTT 103.7 FM (The Mountain)'s "King of the Mountain" local music program.

All requests for information are welcomed -- we have great things to confide in whispers over strong drink.