Appearances by the metalcore/ post-hardcore Italian band, The End At The Beginning was released in February 2014. Nearly a full year later, it found its way to Immortal Music for a review.
Anyone who is a fan of Asking Alexandria, Of Mice And Men or Killswitch Engage will definitely enjoy The End At The Beginning.
Hands down, the favorite track here is "Fool is A The Dreamer." It spoke volumes, and even the title alone was great. Its one of those empowering, driving songs that says things like, "We've lost ourselves running in senseless circles. There's always hope if you believe in yourself. Stray from the path where you've always walked on. Hold your head, they'll never take you down." and "Dreams are made for the brave." That is a song every needs to hear at some point.
However, other tracks, such as "Try to Fall, Learn To Fly" also really stood out. The title leaves you to believe its going to be inspiring and rather uplifting. It ends up being more of a situation where you cannot help someone anymore and have to move on with your own life.
The entire album is worth your time! Its a great album, and you can get listen to it by clicking here. Be sure to check them out on all their social media, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.
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