Three (End of Everything album)

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Three
Studio album by End of Everything
Released 2006
Genre Progressive death metal, avant-garde metal

Three is the 2006 debut album by progressive metal band End of Everything.

Progressive metal is a fusion genre melding heavy metal and progressive rock that combines the loud "aggression" and amplified guitar-driven sound of the former with the more experimental, cerebral or "pseudo-classical" compositions of the latter.

End of Everything are a Progressive death metal band from Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Their album Three is out now and received a 7/10 from Metal Hammer. They have supported Fear Factory and recently played the Taste of Chaos Festival.

Track listing [1]

  1. "Prototype"
  2. "God Fearing"
  3. "Three: 01"
  4. "Judas Iscariot"
  5. "Beg To Differ"
  6. "Three: 02"
  7. "Black Mask"
  8. "Calm"
  9. "Three: 03"
  10. "Transparent"
  11. "Uzimaki"
  12. "Three: 04"

Sources

  1. Play.com (UK) : End Of Everything - Three : CD - Free Delivery

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