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Peril & Paracosm

by To No End

Peril & Paracosm is independently-produced sophomore album by TO NO END which expands their genre-bending sound into all new realms.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. The Afterlife
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3:06 album only
2. Bad Apple
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4:17 album only
3. Lay Awake and Dream
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4:09 album only
4. Good Intentions
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3:54 album only
5. Leave Yourself Alone
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4:21 album only
6. When the Time Comes
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4:41 album only
7. Heavy Rain
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4:21 album only
8. Head Up High
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4:02 album only
9. Said I'd Become
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4:51 album only
10. Nothing to Lose
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3:29 album only
11. If You Only Knew
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"TO NO END steamrolls into 2014 with a new album titled “Peril & Paracosm” and believe me when I say Dellaposta and company came out swingin with this one. The first tune on the album called “The Afterlife” highlights Dellaposta’s Ax skills in a big way and begins with a heavy little riff that will get the blood flowing. The grunge sound of tunes like “Bad Apple” and “Lay Awake and Dream” proves once more that these guys are genre bending chameleons giving them the freedom to explore a number of the band’s musical passions. One of my favorites from “Peril & Paracosm” is the haunting Blues sound of the tune “Heavy Rain” where Dellaposta just lets loose on Guitar and features Grant Evans on vocals. The much anticipated CD features eleven tunes in all and is a must have for 2014."

- Buckeye Music Magazine


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