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Label: Athens Noise
Bio: Soon To Come..
: Endsight - Destroy the Day, Destroy the Night (Slap & Panic Vol.3 An Club 24-03-2015) http://t.co/5UJUO9PpW2
“The new Endsight full length is a blast. To be honest, I was expecting something ‘too typical metalcore’ for my taste, but it seems that the band has matured a lot since the For What Is Worth (their ex-name) era and they managed to release an awesome metallic yet hardcore 8-song CD. First of all, the production kicks ass, heavy and tight as hell, with a strong rhythm section to uplift the songs, crushing guitars and screaming vocals that sound much better than their live appearances. Secondly, the 7 songs plus the intro, are frenetic, passionate and fresh, while they are short enough (that means around 3,5 min. each) to not bore you at all. Sometimes I get bored during the Endsight shows because they tend to play wayyy too much. I believe that half an hour is the perfect set for a band like Endsight. Anyway… Their music has improved to a Darkest Hour meets From Ashes Rise / Tragedy meets At The Gates style, with a lot of melodic and technical parts, and some crust stit”