END are back in a vicious, blood-thirsty manner with the caustic hardcore of newest single, ‘Pariah.’
END are back in action today with their first new lot of freshly caustic metallic-hardcore in three years since their incredible debut EP, 2017’s ‘From The Unforgiving Arms Of God.’ So that means that every second hack music writer out there will have to remind us all of what other bands these five guys play and have played in. But if you’re reading this here article, then you likely already know who END are and what they do, so I’ll spare you the formalities. For their new song, ‘Pariah,’ is but another deadly dosage of precisely that kind of solid, unrelenting hardcore.
Menacing tones, raw aesthetics, punishing riffs, volatile vocals, unflinching breakdowns – that final nightmarish, triplet-laden breakdown being a particularly brutal send-off and mighty fine resolution to what is an already intense track – all make for another wicked release from END. The band’s long-awaited debut full-length album, ‘Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face,’ will be out June 5th via the fine folks over at Closed Casket Activities.
Watch the grainy music video for this harrowing new songs’ spill-your-guts, therapy session narrative, directed and edited by Eric Richter (whose CV includes videos for Vein, Spite, My Ticket Home, Nonpoint and more), below: