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Without End's 13 song Debut CD entitled Disease Is Man (official release date is may 25th
Played weekly @ WSOU Seton Halls pirate radio
and can be heard at our web site at www.pseudoplasma.com


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Without End

Adam Tranquilli -- Vocals, Guitar
Tom Lorenzo -- Bass, Backing vocals
Adam Kieffer -- Drums, backing vocals

Thrashing is in Adam Tranquilli’s blood, and Without End is a more mature continuation of where he left off from his former bands Blood Feast and Headlock. Metal flows through the veins of Adam and Mike as well, straight up thrashing and aggression is their cup of tea.

Tranquilli and Kiefer have been playing together for over a decade, sharing the metal stage with such artists as Immolation, Goatwhore, Grave, and Death Angel. “Years back we were playing as Last Remains with bassist Bob McGlynn, and after our singer left, we became a three piece and changed our name to Headlock” says Adam. Headlock caught the attention of Pavement records that flew out to see them play with the band Overkill and was signed a week later. They recorded the album “It Found Me” and toured Europe with MOD.

Departure came when Tranquilli had to take care of family business obligations, but continued playing with Keifer from time to time while playing with MOD. “The Metal in my veins started to boil again, so I listened to the calling and started to write heavier that ever” says Tranquilli. Soon after they got together as Without End and created a self-titled 3-song E.P. and started playing to the metal masses once again.

The band went back in the studio and created their debut full length album “Disease is Man,” in 2004 which was recorded at Big Blue Meenie in Jersey City with Tim Gilles (Agnostic Front, SOD, All Out War), and mastered at Euphonic Masters Studio in Tennessee with Brad Blackwood (Evanesence, All Out War). The album has 13 tracks with the concept coming from the disease triangle, (Host, Pathogen, Environment) “Anyway you look at it, it takes these three things in any combination for disease to happen.” says Tranquilli.

A classic brutal thrash metal album, Tranquilli describes each song in detail:

Without End is about not worrying about what happens next, or where we go when we die, we will all end up where we are supposed to be.
Disease Is Man (Title track)) Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops a natural equilibrium with its surrounding environment but us humans do not, we move to an area and multiply until every natural resource is consumed, and the way we survive is to spread to another area. There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern, it’s a virus, human beings are a disease. Spreading, spreading just as fast as we can, you can’t stop it this Disease Is called MAN!
Lords of Defiance comes from my dark inside when people tell you that you have to do this or do that when really we are all, responsible for ourselves and can do whatever and whenever we want as long as we the individual can live with with the decision you have made.
From Afar was brought about by dumb ass people like the branch davidians and sort thinking we are going to ascend into another dimension or something.
Evil Ways is about loving to raise hell, Beer drinking and hell raising and sluting around and so on and not feeling bad about it.
At The gate lets just say inspired by Venom AAAAAGGGGGGHHHHHH!!!!
Alive is about being beat down one-way or another and standing back up stronger than ever.
To The Depths, People who piss me off are blatant followers, with no brains for themselves.
Ultra Lie, if one believes in god he definitely doesn’t need the church to speak to him. (Ultra Lie bastards, holly man, rapist, pedophile, LIAR, and he want you to confess your sins to him!)
As far as I am concerned I am condemned to hell because that is the way I like to burn!.
You’ll Stink In The End; we are all Just dead in the end!
The band will be playing various festivals through out the US and Europe this year, however their goals are first and foremost to have fun playing and play as much as possible. The band most recently played the New Jersey Metal fest with Testament and Obituary. For more information, check out the web site www.pseudoplasma.com