|A2||The Never Ever Aftermath|
|A4||The Moth And I|
|B3||A Fell Wind|
Guitar [Guitar Solo] – Greg DawsonVocals [Additional Vocals] – Tyler Semrick-Palmateer
|RR 6593||The End||Elementary (CD, Album, Dig)||Relapse Records||RR 6593||US||2007|
|RR 6593-1||The End||Elementary (LP, Ltd, Cle)||Relapse Records||RR 6593-1||US||2007|
|RR6593-2||The End||Elementary (CD, Album, Copy Prot., Promo)||Relapse Records||RR6593-2||US||2007|
|RR 6593-1||The End||Elementary (LP, Album)||Relapse Records||RR 6593-1||US||2007|
|DA008||The End||Elementary (CD, Album, Dig)||Dine Alone Records||DA008||Canada||2007|
Elementary (2007) by The End. Labels: Relapse Records. Genres: Technical Metalcore . Album (Studio full-length).
Band Name The End (CAN). Album Name Elementary. Released date February 2007. Labels Relapse Records. Members owning this album46. 2. The Never Ever Aftermath. 4. The Moth and I. 5. Throwing Stones.
Elementary by The End, released 06 February 2007 1. Dangerous 2. The Never Ever Aftermath 3. Animals 4. The Moth and I 5. Throwing Stones 6. My Abyss 7. Awake? 8. A Fell Wind 9. In Distress 10. And Always. The End build their striking abilities and unique vision to astonishing new heights on its brand-new album Elementary. An incredible listen, Elementary sees The End find its own unique voice, balancing world-class musicianship with fiery songs that bare the soul and expose the essence of what it means to be real/human
The End (4). Elementary (LP, Album). The End (4). Elementary (CD, Album, Dig). Dine Alone Records, Relapse Records. Elementary (LP, Album, Blu).
The Relapse label certainly has a sweet tooth for h-e-a-v-y metal, and the 2007 release by the End, Elementary, keeps the label's string of extreme releases in tact. But instead of never relenting on the intensity, the group borrows a page out of the Tool songwriting textbook, by offering waves of repetitious riffs that turn out to be a mood shapeshifter - as evidenced by the album opener, "Dangerous
Other albums by The End. Transfer Trachea Reverberations from Point: False Omniscient. The Relapse label certainly has a sweet tooth for h-e-a-v-y metal, and the 2007 release by the End, Elementary, keeps the label's string of extreme releases in tact.
I was a fan of the End, and Elementary has insured that it'll stay that way. To be totally honest, I fail to understand how anyone who calls themselves a fan of this band could be surprised or disappointed with this album. Sure it's definitely a more calculated, more refined and less chaotic approach to their trademark "mathy" sound, but anyone who's listened to their first and second album would be turning a blind eye to the obvious momentum these guys have been building. They've evolved for the better. The End has changed, no doubt
The End build their striking abilities and unique vision to astonishing new heights on its brand-new album Elementary .