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The Black to Come

by The Very End

The single 'The Black To Come' is the previously unreleased bonus track of The Very End's rereleased debut album VS. LIFE. Originally the song appeared on the band's very first demo '2K5' and was rerecorded in 2008 during the VS. LIFE sessions.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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Album Notes
This is the single release of The Very End's rereleased debut album 'Vs. Life', which was is available as a limited vinyl edition. The song has been recorded by Rambardo Recordings (i.a. Sodom / Decision Day) and remastered by Dan Swanö (Edge of Sanity / Unisound) and now featured on the rerelease as a bonus track.

After the demise of The Very End's first label Dockyard1, who originally released the debut „Vs. Life“ in 2008, the band regained all publishing rights. While the DIY-scene is already quite vivid overseas, the German metalheads give it a shot and release „Vs. Life“ on their own. The album got overwhelming reactions from the metal press, music professionals and fans.

"Modern Thrash/Speed Metal can’t be more diversified! Every song on “Vs. Life” is a wrecking ball cracking your head! But there’s also a certain twist in this music, with multi-faceted arrangements and a clean 80s riffing which keep on edging into the listener’s brain. Cheers!" - Tom Angelripper (Sodom)

"Great songs, excellent musicianship! It´s rare to hear a band that sounds equally convincing player “modern metal” as well as classic metal and classic thrash!" - Dan Swanö



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