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Cherry Pop

Title - It’s All In Your Head
Artist - The End A.D.

For those not in the know, Philadelphia’s female-fronted metal/hardcore/punk band The End A.D. was formed in 2014 and has members from some of the filthiest bands to ever plague the city of brotherly love!

Ami Friend, who is one of the most exciting singers to see live, joined The End A.D. on vocals back in May of 2017 and the band has since gone from strength to strength.

The End A.D. has already pounded out three releases since Ami joined the band - their 12 inch color vinyl EP The Smell of Despair (via Kill Time Records), their split cassette release Sermon of Violence with the all-female thrash band Tormentress (from Singapore via Hellforced Records), and their critically-acclaimed full length album Badlands via Fastball Music.

Like a tsunami of sound that swallows the listener whole and just as you come up for air you are pummeled again, The End A.D. bring forth massive riffs, pounding bass and drums along with Ami Friend’s vocals where you can truly feel her riotous angst!

1. Death Cult
2. Stink
3. Bloodsucker
4. Head
5. Unnamed Unloved

Their brand new 5-track EP It’s All In Your Head is out now, again via Fastball Music and opens on the effervescent, yet darkly overseeing velocity of Death Cult which they seamlessly back up with the alluringly angular hardcore groove of Stink.

Up next is their crushingly organic reworking of the classic Black Sabbath track from early 1970, Bloodsucker which is in turn followed by the deftly inferenced Head, this rambunctiously powerful new EP closing on the rampaging displeasure found within Unnamed Unloved.

In this latest musical installment from The End A.D. the Plague Doctor finds himself in the middle of another crisis as he witnesses the over prescribing of medications to patients in or leaving facilities for Mental Health.

Addiction or Depression? In the songs are messages of Hope, Strength and a genuine desire for global Peace of Mind.

THE END A.D. - Bloodsucker (Deep Purple Cover) [Official Music Video]

Amazon CD Purchase Link

Official Bandcamp Website

The End A.D. @ Facebook