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Baltimore’s End It Unleash “Unpleasant Living” EP
On their new EP, Unpleasant Living, that is out today on Flatspot Records, Baltimore hardcore crew End It deliver with ferocity and purpose. The message? Mind your business. On Unpleasant Living, the band takes heavy influence from ’90s hardcore, drawing comparisons to acts like Leeway, Gut Instinct and Maximum Penalty.
The six songs contained on Unpleasant Living address everything from questioning the systems of society to gatekeeping the music scene they love. The EP was recorded with Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, who helped bring an even bigger intensity to the band’s incredibly fast-paced tracks.
The vinyl pressing of Unpleasant Living is sold out, but the EP is still available on CD via Flatspot Records and it can also be streamed via digital platforms. End It have also announced a hometown record release show on July 22nd at the Metro Gallery in Baltimore in addition to their previously announced tour dates.
End It US Tour Dates
9th July – This Is Hardcore – Philadelphia, PA w/ Hatebreed & Madball
18th July – Union Stage – Washington D.C. w/ Fucked Up
22nd July – Metro Gallery – Baltimore, MD w/ Striking Distance, Gel & Soul Blind
23rd July – The Broadberry – Richmond, VA w/ Burn & Crown of Thornz
18-20th November – Act Like You Know Fest – Tulsa, OK