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Without End - s/t (7/10) - USA - 2002

Genre: Hardcore Metal
Label: Self-production
Playing time: 12:15
Band homepage: -


  1. You'll Stink In The End
  2. Alive
  3. Without End
Without End - s/t
Look there, look there. With the band WITHOUT END an old acquaintance comes back to the scene, Adam Tranquilli (ex-BLOODFEAST). Apart from the guitar he also has taken over the role as singer. And even though his voice sounds pretty punky, in a way like Andy Andersen (ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT) and Tommy Victor (PRONG), the music is pure steel.

Thrash Metal is still the thing, not as fast and as wild as with BLOODFEAST anymore, but with the power of a steamhammer. Who could imagine New York's own DEMOLITION HAMMER slower, but a lot more brutal, with the dumb, but so cool heaviness of MASSACRE or LOWBROW in good should remember the name of WITHOUT END.

As I only have a promo CD with 3 songs, I, of course, cannot say anything about the full album apart from the fact that the heard gets over very well. If the band varies the tempo a bit on the full CD, meaning using some faster passages, fans of the above mentioned acts should not hesitate to get it. 8-10 songs in the same tempo would be quite monotonous. (Online June 13, 2003)

Falk Kollmannsperger

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