MUDVAYNE To Issue 'The End of All Things To Come' In November

MUDVAYNE have set The End of All Things To Come as the title of their second album, due on November 19th through Epic Records. Expected to be a 12-track offering, the album's title is a play on The Beginning of All Things To End, the group's November 2001 LP which combined their self-released EP, Kill, I Oughtta, with live tracks and remixes of their 2000 debut, L.D. 50. The first single from the album, "Not Falling", will arrive at radio in early October, while the video for the track is scheduled to be shot soon after, though neither a treatment nor director has been decided upon.

The End of All Things To Come sees MUDVAYNE adopting a new identity, one that forgoes the gore of their old image for out-of-this-world alien veneers. Their names have changed, too. Singer Kud now goes by Chud, guitarist Gurrg is called Guug, drummer Spag has assumed the name Mr. Spug, and bassist Ryknow is now known as Ru-D.


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