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"It's good to have a new band come out of our area, with the greatest qualities of all the bands I grew up listening to, and hands them to you on a silver platter with a fresh new approach."
“The title of this piece says almost everything about the New Jersey-based quartet, their songs mix hard rock and metal with groove driven rhythm you can dance or thrash to.”
“ Endall is a band of individuals that was recently put together to write songs about honesty, emotion, passion and power. They put 250 percent into creating what they call timeless music, which they feel separates them from the pack because they blend their collective influences, their heart, and their soul into a style of music that they call their own. In June, Endall played a strong performance at the second annual Make Music New York Festival. Since then, they’ve been playing non-stop around the NYC/NJ area.”
“(see link for full article) Speaking of new EPs, the boys from the metal band Endall have been in the studio working their tails off on their upcoming as-yet-untitled EP. The songs on the EP, “Time To Shine,” “Arise,” “For You,” “Broken Roads,” and “Inside Me,” are all brand new songs that the band hasn’t really played much live yet. Singer Mike says that this EP will be the most brutally heavy and abrasive CD that the band has ever released. To find out more about the upcoming Endall EP and to buy any of their new merch, log onto myspace.com/endallnj.”
“(see link for full article) And finally, if you’re down in the Belmar, NJ, area next Wednesday night, Aug. 5, get down to Bar Anticipation to root on either Tasting Grace or Endall as they battle it out for an opening slot on the Monster Energy stage at this year’s Cruefest. Both bands are North Jersey Notes alumni, so I’m kind of torn on who I’m rooting for, but I wish both bands the best of luck! This could be a dream gig for anyone! Check out Tasting Grace and Endall at myspace.com/tastinggrace or myspace.com/endallnj That’s all for now! And remember, if your band is from North Jersey, and you want some exposure, send your demos and press kits to Arts Weekly, c/o Tim Louie P.O. Box 1140 Little Falls, NJ 07424. No cover bands, please! Just remember….We’re all in the same boat, so every little bit of exposure counts! ”