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The End

Name
End
URL
http://theendrecords.com
Email
theend@theendrecords.com
Phone
Address
94 Bogart St Brooklyn, NY 11206 USA
Profile
The End Records was founded by Andreas Katsambas, the CEO, back in 1998 in San Diego. This indie label is known for releasing eclectic music, ranging from metal to avant-garde/experimental to even the likes of arena rockers Lordi.
Releases on file (8)
Subterranean Masquerade — Suspended Animation Dreams Subterranean Masquerade — Suspended Animation Dreams
(The End TE055, 2005, CD)
Estradasphere — Palace of Mirrors Estradasphere — Palace of Mirrors
(The End TE077, 2006, CD)
UneXpect — In a Flesh Aquarium UneXpect — In a Flesh Aquarium
(The End TE068, 2006, CD)
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — In Glorious Times Sleepytime Gorilla Museum — In Glorious Times
(The End TE 082, 2007, CD)
Nadja — Skin Turns to Glass Nadja — Skin Turns to Glass
(The End TE101, 2003/2008, CD)
Opeth — Blackwater Park Opeth — Blackwater Park
(The End TE224-2, 2001/2012, CD)
Opeth — Deliverance Opeth — Deliverance
(The End TE 225-2, 2002/2012, CD)
Opeth — Damnation Opeth — Damnation
(The End TE226-2, 2003/2012, CD)

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Previously in Exposé...

Ground Zero - Consume Red – One could say without stretching the truth too far, that Consume Red (part one of the three part Project Consume) is basically an hour of pure thrash / noise experimentation, delivered piping hot by...  (1999) » Read more

The Fiery Furnaces - Gallowsbird's Bark, Blueberry Boat, Rehearsing My Choir, EP, & Bitter Tea – A circus medley of distinct musical apparitions like a non-nasal Holy Modal Rounders of the twenty-first century with equal parts Jonathan Richman, The Velvet Underground, and Grease! Hey, Rizzo! ...  (2007) » Read more

Barclay James Harvest - XII – Keyboardist Wooly Wolstenholme’s last studio recording with BJH was a mixed bag of ideas that showed how he had reached a cross roads with the group he helped form in 1968. Songwriting style changes...  (2006) » Read more

KTU - 8 Armed Monkey – I don’t suppose “King Crimson with accordions” was high on anyone’s list of expected musical combinations, but here we are, and I’m glad somebody thought of it. The King...  (2006) » Read more

Estradasphere - Palace of Mirrors – Palace of Mirrors is Estradasphere’s fourth full-length release and first to feature the new lineup with Lee Smith on drums, Kevin Kmetz on shamisen/guitar, and Adam Stacey on keyboards, joining...  (2007) » Read more



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