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End of the Universe - You're the Disease album download
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End of the Universe - You're the Disease album download

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End of the Universe
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You're the Disease
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37:14
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Two years later, The End of the Universe's debut full-length has finally been recorded and released and it definitely delivers on the promise held by that incredibly impressive demo. Co-produced by the band and Andreas Magnusson (Black Dahlia Murder, Winter Solstice, Burning Season) You're The Disease is a packed platter of raw, abrasive metal, comparable in many ways to the bands its members were previously involved with. While the first comparison someone might make here is to the mid-to-late-90's Converge sound, there's a lot more to the End of the Universe than that. Despite all the apparent influences or similarities however, You're The Disease doesn't ever come off as anything but the intelligent creation of a group of talented songwriters and musicians. If anything, these occassional resemblances simply help put the End of the Universe in a proper frame of reference.

If and when the end of the universe actually does arrive, you'd have to imagine it to a be a pretty loud spectacle. A noisy, pummeling soundtrack would surely accompany, chock full of lightning quick, crushing riffs and intense, spastic vocals riding atop a winding, pounding rhythm section. That's my assumption to what the End of the Universe sounds like, and You're the Disease works hard to back up that claim. Tinkering with an intricate mix of hardcore and metal, akin to such acts as Deadguy, TEOTU have a firm grip on every single aspect of their intensely crafted music

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Lupine End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 1:01
2 Wreckage End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 4:14
3 All Whored Out End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 3:29
4 I'd Like to Think I Was a Violent Drunk End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 4:31
5 The Funeral Procession End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 4:51
6 Eleven Hours to Val Verde End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 1:28
7 Paly-By-Play at the Prison Riot End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 5:17
8 Let the Gun Do the Talking End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 2:53
9 Remaining Men Together End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 5:08
10 Vampire in a Den of Wolves End of the Universe feat: The Elysian Fields 4:22