The Days End
The Days End

Label: One Cell Records
Release Date: Nov-08-2005


In an era when musical climates change at the drop of a hat, The Days End is a type of anachronism. Their music hails back to a time in the not too distant past, before "emo" became a fashion statement, and electro-clash turned the indie scene into a perverse dance party. The Days End rejects this "de-evolution," and steps back a bit, relying on fundamental elements to experiment liberally. They use their two guitars, and their one-man rhythm section to full capacity, exploring the sonic array that a punk aesthetic, jazz sensibility and the lack of a bass guitar make possible. The sound that results pays homage to fin de siecle bands like Shellac and June of '44 by upholding the relentlessly driven layered post-hardcore which they pioneered, and bringing it into a new millennium.

1. Not Fast Enough
2. U.O.A.
3. Broken Mouth
4. Not Sence
5. Heart Attack
6. Drown
7. Mute
8. Gold Makes Everything Good

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