End of Green
Reviewer: Eric Compton
Shame on me for not spending enough time on the End of Green catalog. There are so many bands dating back to the 90s that are still active and creating artful exhibits of metal's endurance. Thus 'Void Estate' and the EOG sound is a bit new to me post-90's experience. This is sort of a dark cellar filled with introverted lyrics through cold, Gothic presentation. I can hear a bit of Paradise Lost at times, hints of Christian Death and an abundance of uniqueness. Album highlight to me is 'Dressed in Black Again' with it's gloomy, troubadour loneliness. Effective.