The Never End's sound is a soaring, fist-pumping, head-bobbing heady trip that hits you like a Mack truck. In a good way. It has the heaviness, lift, and breadth of hard rock but explodes with modern embellishments. Think contemporary alternative rock with splashes of indie, punk, prog, and 80’s UK. It’s the kind of music that you can imagine playing with the top down full blast in the summer. The Never End brims and breathes with an excitement and enthusiasm is that is often unseen in modern day rock.
The band counts everyone from the Foo Fighters to The Cure and from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club as influences, yet ultimately their sound is all their own. And while The Never End is built from the collective experience of its members, the band is set apart from past endeavors by a sumptuousness of sound. It’s rock with melody and spine. With ear tickling hooks, the music sinks its teeth into you and doesn’t let go.
Matt Vizzo on vocals, Tass on guitars, Keith Roland on bass, and Scotty Roland on drums make up the band. Vizzo belts out vocals with a sunny confidence over fluid songs in a marriage made in musical heaven. The lyrics are a mix of introspective, self critical, references to love, life, loss and revelation embedded within infectious melodies and interlaced with solid riffs and voluminous drumming. It all comes at you with a sense of emotion that hits you in the heart leaves you aching for more.
And luckily they’re just beginning.