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Ready for the beginning of the End of the World? It started when Anthony Luchi joined Dan Warzecho in his original high school band Southern Circle. They wrote & recorded a two song EP entitled “Never on Time” in 1998. After they disbanded Anthony & Dan started a new original band called Mercy Drowns in 1999. With Anthony & Dan as the main song writers, they wrote 10 new songs & put together a lineup featuring some well established local musicians of their area. Mercy Drowns recorded their debut self titled album and sold 1,500 units around Connecticut & Massachusetts. In 2001 Mercy Drowns split up but all remained friends. In 2010 Dan had contacted Anthony about starting a 90’s rock cover band called Flannel Jacket. They recruited Chris Warzecho(Dan’s younger brother) to sing & Jon Piechota (whom Dan had gone to middle school with) to play bass. They quickly realized they all had good chemistry and began to write a few songs together. After playing the new originals at gigs and getting better crowd response for their original music, they decided to rename the band & write more music together. In 2011 They became The End of the World & started production on their debut album which will be entitled “Out From the Ashes”. Without an official release of any of their music people kept asking about them at a local club called Bleachers Bar in Bristol CT to get them back to play. Bleachers Bar also features national bands and was able to get The End of the World onto some national showcases. Their 2nd & 3rd gigs as an original band were with national recording artists Allele & Taproot. Even the fans of the headlining bands showed more enthusiasm towards The End of the World. A direct quote from front man Stephen Richards of Taproot “ Why couldn’t we or the other bands get a response like The End of the World?” The End of the World aims to please and doesn’t keep the same song style for every song. They range from Anthem sing-a-long, to the foot stomping fist pumping aggressive works of art. The words & melodies are memorable and actually mean something in this society that is very frustrated and angry. And if you really want to know what they are about??? You need to see them for yourself!!!!