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Formed in late 2008 against the backdrop of Massachusetts’ Merrimack Valley, Age of End shapes a variety of genres into a rhythmically powerful and musically diverse sound. Influences of Metal, Hardcore, and Hard Rock are scattered throughout the band’s newest EP "Torn and Severed" (2013).
Age of End has been played on dozens of FM and Internet radio stations from coast to coast in the US., and in over 20 countries worldwide (The UK, France, Poland, Estonia, The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Finland, Indonesia etc.) The band has been featured by close to a hundred publications, websites, blogs, etc. including AOL's Hard Rock/Metal blog, Noisecreep, Altsounds.com (UK), and in July '10, as a featured artist on Reverbnation.com. The band has also licensed it's music/likeness to dozens of media outlets, to be featured in video games ("Play Live Play Loud" on NEGB1.com) and movies ("Blood was Everywhere" released independently in 2012).
Since their first show in July ‘09, Age of End has been given the opportunity to play with a wide variety of national acts including Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, Killswitch Engage, Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, Emmure, Sevendust, Nonpoint, Chevelle, Cold, Soulfly, 10 Years, Trivium, God Forbid, Unearth, Prong, and more. The band has also been a part of multiple festivals including WCYY’s “Oxxfest”.
Capitalizing on the buzz surrounding the band, Age of End rushed back into the studio to record a promotional single "Souls to Bleed", which debuted on X107.5 fm Las Vegas in April 2012.
In 2013, the band added publicist Erik A Kroll and booking agent Patty Seifert to the team. In April, the buzz generated from the band came to a head, as they took home the New England Music Award for Best Hardcore/Metal Act of the year.
Poised to take things to the next level, Age of End is currently working on both East Coast and National tours in 2014. Keep your eyes and ears open as Age of End continues to expand.