The End in Red | Black Wings

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Black Wings

by The End in Red

TEIR's second full length. Dark and heavy hitting with atmospheric breakdowns.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Earthly Medium
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2. Black Wings
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3. Gandhi II
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4. Glass Houses
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5. El Salvador
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6. Moving On
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7. Sunshine
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8. Coils
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9. Throwing Stones
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10. Zoloft Date
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11. Signals from the Concrete
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12. Porcelain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
During the writing of The End In Red's second full length album, titled “Black Wings”, the band intentionally focused on crafting heavy-hitting songs while retaining some of their signature atmospheric breakdowns. It is clear the band has perfected the art of “trimming the fat” over the years, resulting in a collection of very potent songs, however, the new album is not without plenty of experimentation. With a moderate dose of electronic sounds and the incorporation of several instruments typically not found in the post hardcore genre, the new album is sure to surprise. “Black Wings” is also notably darker, both in sound and lyrical content than any of The End in Red’s previous recordings. The eclectic new twelve song album is set for release on April 28th, 2012.


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