End Of Green – Void Estate

Artist: End Of Green
Album: Void Estate
Genre: Alternative / Goth/ Rock
Label: Napalm Records
Release Date: August 18, 2017
Reviewed by: Bobby Caughron


If you like your rock and metal with a bit of goth, you’re going to love End Of Green. With nods to bands like Type O Negative, Bauhaus and HIM, the band have released a really impressive album with Void Estate. The album starts with the ultra catchy “Send In The Clowns”, followed up close behind with “Darkside Of The Sun”, which absolutely reminds me of the late Peter Steele and Type O Negative‘s sound. The band shows their versatility throughout as their sound alternates from song to song. Each song is a  unique story and experience all unto itself. My favorite tracks are Darkside Of The Sun, The Unseen, Worn and Torn and Like A Stranger. The band shows an incredible range of musicianship and talent with the varied tapestry of sound that’s woven on this album. The production quality is top notch, which is extremely helpful as the band has quieter serene moments mixed with bursts of sounds of anguish and lament. This is great find for fans of the gothic rock genre. I for one am glad to see a new band carry the torch as Peter Steele’s death ended Type O Negative and HIM recently announced their disbanding. Check these guys out. Well worth the price of admission.

Track Listing:
Send In The Clowns
Darkside Of The Sun
The Door
Head Down
The Unseen
Dressed In Black Again
Worn And Torn
City Of Broken Thoughts
Like A Stranger

Band Members:
Michelle Darkness (Vocals, Guitar)
Kirk Kerker (Guitar)
Lou Siffer (Drums)
Sad Sir (Guitar)
Rainier Sicone Di Hampez (Bass)

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