Origin: Mississauga, Canada  
Genres: Metalcore
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Last update/review: April 25, 2015

The End

Canada's The End specialized in that smallish world sometimes referred to as mathcore, their songs featuring twisted riffs, vicious hardcore screaming, and practically nothing in the way of tap-your-feet, 4/4 sing-alongs. The Dillinger Escape Plan is the first name to come to mind when thinking of bands like this, they being the primary influence on a growing number of bands playing angry, yet insanely technical metalcore. The End, then, clearly belonged in the same field, as a contemporary of DEP rather than a clone, their style perhaps just a shade less chaotic than DEP (though that's a relative statement -- make no mistake, The End is all over the place with angular riffs and inhuman drumming). The band managed three albums before breaking up in 2010.

Last Lineup

Aaron Wolff


Steve Watson


Sean Dooley


Anthony Salajko


Former Members/Guests

Tyler Semrick-Palmateer


Andrew Hercules



Transfer Trachea Reverberations From Point:  
2001 Re-Define
  1. Her (inamorata)
  2. Opalescence.i
  3. Opalescence.ii
  4. The Asphyxiation of Lisa-Claire
  5. For Mankind, Limited Renewal
  6. Sonnet
  7. Entirety in Infancy
  • Tyler Semrick-Palmateer
  • Steve Watson
  • Andrew Hercules
  • Sean Dooley
  • Anthony Salajko

Within Dividia  
2004 Relapse
  1. These Walls
  2. Fetesque
  3. The Sense of Reverence
  4. The Scent of Elegance
  5. Organelle (in she we lust)
  6. Dear Martyr
  7. Orthodox Unparalleled
  8. Of Fist and Flame
  • Aaron Wolff
  • Steve Watson
  • Andrew Hercules
  • Sean Dooley
  • Anthony Salajko

2007 Relapse
  1. Dangerous
  2. The Never Ever Aftermath
  3. Animals
  4. The Moth and I
  5. Throwing Stones
  6. My Abyss
  7. Awake?
  8. A Fell Wind
  9. In Distress
  10. And Always...
  • Aaron Wolff
  • Steve Watson
  • Andrew Hercules
  • Sean Dooley
  • Anthony Salajko

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