Endless (EP)

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Endless
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EP by Unearth
Released September 17, 2002
Recorded Jan, 2000 - Jan, 2002
Genre Metalcore
Length 15:03
Label Eulogy Recordings
Producer Adam Dutkiewicz
Unearth chronology
The Stings of Conscience
(2001)
Endless
(2002)
The Oncoming Storm
(2004)

Endless is the second EP by American metalcore band Unearth. Released in September 2002.

Overview[edit]

Endless is also their last original release under Eulogy Recordings after moving to Metal Blade Records for their new releases, and is the last record with drummer Mike Rudberg and bassist Chris Rybicki. Buz McGrath and John Maggard played bass on 3 of the EP's tracks, as Chris Rybicki left the band before its completion.

The first 3 songs on this EP were recorded by Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz. The EP was re-released as a vinyl (7") by Confined Records and only contains the tracks "Endless" and "My Desire". The entire EP also appears on their 2005 compilation album Our Days of Eulogy.

The song "Endless" features a tribute the band's first record label, Endless Fight Records, during a breakdown when the phrase "endless fight" is repeatedly screamed by vocalist Trevor Phipps. The song's lyrics also contain the phrase "winds of plague," which inspired the name of a subsequent band called Winds of Plague.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Endless" (Later appears on their 2004 LP The Oncoming Storm) 3:17
2. "Internal War" 3:44
3. "The Charm" (Later appears as a bonus track on The Oncoming Storm) 3:09
4. "My Desire (Demo)" (Non-demo version previously appeared on their 2001 LP The Stings of Conscience) 4:53
Total length: 15:03


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