END: 'Necessary Death' Video Released

END: 'Necessary Death' Video Released

Underground hardcore supergroup END has debuted an all-new music video for the track "Necessary Death". Directed by Bobby Bates, this is the second clip the band has released. END released a music video for "Love Let Me Die" in September, also directed by Bates.

END's debut EP, "From The Unforgiving Arms Of God", came out back in September on Good Fight Music on limited-edition 12-inch vinyl and digital formats. The disc was produced, mixed and mastered by Will Putney at Graphic Nature Audio.

The group comments: "END started as an homage to those darker classic '90s hardcore records we grew up listening to. A lot of the influence and attitude towards heavy music that we've incorporated into our other projects over the years stemmed from this era, so it was fun to go full on into that territory and make a destructive record."

END is a collaboration of members from FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY, COUNTERPARTS, MISERY SIGNALS, REIGN SUPREME and STRUCTURES.

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