The arrival of the album aligns with the band’s upcoming fall tour with Full of Hell, Inter Arma and Wake.
As they prepare to embark on their North American tour with Full of Hell, Inter Arma and Wake, End have shared the details of their next opus, The Sin of Human Frailty. The supergroup featuring guitarist Will Putney, vocalist Brendan Murphy, guitarist Gregory Thomas, bassist Jay Pepito, and drummer Matt Guglielmo will deliver The Sin of Human Frailty on October 27 via Closed Casket Activities.
They have also shared a rager of a first single, “Gaping Wounds of Earth”, alongside a striking video. “‘Gaping Wounds of Earth’ is a jarring and chaotic exploration into what it feels like to be uncomfortable in your own skin,” the band says. “The spiral of a broken human continues. As in all our work, there is no light at the end of this tunnel.”
Grind, metallic hardcore and industrial come together fluidly on the new album. “Part of the goal was to do things our way,” states Putney of The Sin of Human Frailty. “We didn’t want to lean on our influences too heavily, whether it’s in terms of production, guitar tone, arrangement, or other elements. We were like, ‘Let’s just make a record that sounds like END.’ I feel like there’s more of an identity to the band than there has ever been on this record.”
The album features vocal appearances from J.R. Hayes (Pig Destroyer), Debbie Gough (Heriot), and Dylan Walker (Full of Hell), and was produced and engineered by Will Putney and features the art of Alex Eckman-Lawn.
The Sin of Human Frailty is out October 27th via Closed Casket Activities.
Pre-orders are available HERE.
The Sin Of Human Frailty Track Listing:
- “A Predator Yourself”
- “Gaping Wounds of Earth”
- “The Sin of Human Frailty”
- “Embodiment of Grief”
- “Twice Devoured Kill”
- “Worthless Is The Lamb”
- “Hollow Urn”
End On Tour:
With Full Of Hell, Inter Arma, + Wake:
10/26 — Philadelphia, PA — Underground Arts
10/27 — Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Soundstage
10/28 — Cincinnati, OH — Legends Bar & Venue
10/30 — Oklahoma City, OK — 89th Street
10/31 — Austin, TX — Elysium
11/02 — Mesa, AZ — Nile Theater
11/03 — San Diego, CA — Brick By Brick
11/04 — Los Angeles, CA — Lodge Room
11/05 — San Francisco, CA — Great American Music Hall
11/07 — Albuquerque, NM — Launchpad
11/08 — Denver, CO — The Bluebird Theater
11/10 — St Paul, MN — The Amsterdam
11/11 — Chicago, IL — Avondale Music Hall
11/12 — Detroit, MI — Sanctuary
11/13 — Cleveland, OH — No Class
11/14 — Toronto, ON — Lee’s Palace
11/15 — Montreal, QC — Les Foufounes Electriques
11/16 — Cambridge, MA — Middle East/Downstairs
11/17 — Hamden, CT — Space Ballroom
11/18 — Brooklyn, NY — Monarch