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A Sic End is a Seattle based "Hard Rock" band.
With A Sic End's unique blend of heart stopping styles infusing Grunge, Metal, Classic Rock and Progressive Rock intertwined with Dark Subliminal and Haunting lyrics, and their major attitude, A Sic End, without a doubt, dominate any room with intense consuming presence and sound. Combining the Passion, Raw Power and Electricity of many influences which include Rage Against The Machine, The Murder City Devils, Pantera, Tool and many more. A Sic End is one big bolt of loud Rock 'n Roll energy! The founding members of A Sic End, Johnny and Joe, moved to Seattle in 2004 from New Mexico to start a band and formed A Sic End To A Vicious Circle with drummer Jesse "CM", Johnny "Vicious" Miller on vocals and guitar, and Joey "Hase" Intogna playing guitar in 2008. In mid-year 2008 they released the "Unseasoned" EP as a three piece. Still, even with two guitars, drums, and vocals, the group was still missing the bottom end they need to bring the sound together. They remained a three piece until New Year's Eve 2009 when they met up with Josh "Gorilla" Danford former bassist of mid-west metal band FUBAR. After shortening their name to A Sic End, the band continued to move on in the edge of the shadows for another year until the release of the first EP as a full band in late 2009. Shortly after that release, A Sic End linked up with Matthew "Reno" Goodin who is also the current drummer for Southside and Seven Horses.
January 1, 2010 at 12:00 A.M., with a right & tight rhythm section in place, A Sic End played their first show together at the Rolling Log Tavern in Issaquah, WA. Since then, A Sic End has been steadily gaining momentum. Playing shows in nearly every existing rock venue in Seattle and the surrounding cities, they are quickly making their mark on the local scene.
A Sic End is teaming up with producer Dudley Taft to record their 2nd EP titled "...And The World Went On.," expected to be released mid-summer.