Monday, June 9, 2008

Until The End






City: Ft. Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Miami
Years Active: 2000 - 2005
Type of Music: Hardcore
Myspace or Website: http://eulogyrecordings.com/artists.php?band=1054

I've been straight edge for over 13 years now and I still get pumped on straight edge bands. When Dan Mazin (bass) told me about the new straight edge band, Until the End, he started with John Wylie on our trip to Hellfest 2000 I was psyched. I was still hoping that John would start up Morning Again again but nonetheless I was pumped. They played their first show in October of 2000 and it was great. They played in hoodies with bandanas over their faces and all X'd up. The record was good, not great but the following year they released "Blood In The Ink" which was just incredible. After this came out, seeing them live was like watching small prison riots. I was fortunate to join the band and play with them till they called it quits. Members were in and have gone on to Where Fear and Weapons Meet, Culture, Organized Pain, Night of Broken Glass, Keepsake, One Day Away, Destro, Dance Floor Justice, All Hell Breaks Loose, Remembering Never, Bishop, Poison the Well, Morning Again, and loads more.

Eulogy has just released a double disc of everything the band recorded and you can order it here:

http://www.districtlines.com/4137-From_the_beginning_Until_the_end_discography/Eulogy

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