Essential End's "Deadwood" came out and conquered. Starting off with the self-titled track, you can instantly feel your surroundings change as the music collides in a beautiful, yet metal sound. Typically, I am not one for vocals that aren't clean, but this singer added an edge to an already powerful song. The theme through the album seems to be inspired by both new rock and old, with strong riffs along with smooth sounds and the heaviness of the old school 80's hair metal. T
Photo taken by Brian Knepp Photography Essential End was formed in 2014, with Father and Son pair Scott and Brady Heard along with their best friends Caleb Staner, Tad Davis, Connor Green with high hopes and big dreams. Funny enough, the name of thier band signifies brooding and halting trouble in the distance, but this band has been going places! Performing with some of the best national acts, Butcher Babies, Buckcherry and more, they went from hometown dreams to national to
Chances that you have heard of this legendary band, with founder Mike Keller as guitarist, are very high. They have been everywhere, touring with the greats and producing with Ben Moody of Evanescence, and many other notable names. Previously starting as Park Lane, they transitioned and refined over time, looking to make themselves a name in a sea of heavy rock when changing to female vocalist Alexa Kabazie, and releasing their first female lead vocals album, "Worth the Pain.