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WITHOUTENDING formed in Melbourne (Australia) in Autumn 2001. The core and founding members, Nicholas and Michael, set out to achieve a dark complex/progressive style using odd timing, unique guitar melodies and powerful vocals. Within one year of forming WITHOUTENDING entered the studio to record a two-track demo which was well received in Australia. Six months later, WITHOUTENDING entered the studio once more to start recording their debut album. Working with the experience and talent of Endel Rivers (Palm Studios Australia) proved critical in the execution and development of WITHOUTENDING's unique style. Their debut studio album was completed in May/June 2004 and is now released through ProgRock Records.

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3.30 | 5 ratings

WithoutEnding Progressive Metal

Review by b_olariu
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3 stars Withoutending is an australian progressive metal band who release one album since now selftitled in 2004. I do some searches on net and found out that are two bands with almost same name Withoutend and Withoutending, same line up same cover art aswell. Well I have in front of me my CD released at progrock records and his name is Withoutending, don't really know what is all about with the other title. So this australian band did a pleasent job here, nothing grounbreaking , nothing spectacular, only some decent pieces who pleases most of the prog metal listners. The album is filled with nice guitar riffs who interplays very well with key passages and the warm and good voice of Nicholas Georgakopoulos who is aswell the drumer, figer that the vocalist is also the drumer, like in the golden period of rock , the '70's. The best pieces are the opening track Again, nice shift and breaks here on this piece and the last track the smooth The Third Day, great are the piano elements from here, great voice aswell. Now some real boring moments are aswell here like on the longest track I Still Remember, 8 minutes of total deseppointment, repeted choruses that makes me going to sleep, Compulsion is another desaster. So,this album as a whole is good, the good moments are in bigger number than the bad ones, so I will give 2,5 rounded to 3, nothing special, but I think worth to be heared at least once.
 WithoutEnd by WITHOUTENDING album cover Studio Album, 2004
3.30 | 5 ratings

WithoutEnding Progressive Metal

Review by nick

4 stars Australian progressive rock band WITHOUTEND delivers a debut album offering a very original interpretation of modern Progressive Metal/Rock. The album's main concept of change and consequences is conveyed through a blend of dark melodic progressive music with very dark and emotional lyrical content. The opening track "Again" is based on the idea of coming face to face with temptation and living with your consequences and sets the scene for the rest of the album. "In Transit", perhaps the most commercially accessible tracks on the album deals with the life changing aspects of moving on to a new chapter of ones life and looking at life as being a silent movie. "Analyse" and "I Still Remember" both explore the breakdown in relationships in response to major life changes. "Searching for Meaning" and "Descend" are based on a persons quest for answers and questioning people's beliefs while living/existing in artificial and predetermined surroundings. "Comfort Zone" deals with one's personal battle against their comfort zone. "Compulsion" closes the chapter opened by the opening track and tries to solve and understand ones compulsive desires. The idea behind the last track, "The Third Day" was to express the time heels all wounds/solves all problems concept in a ballad which closes the album.
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