MP3 Entropys End - Rise or Fall
Focused on creating a new rock / alternative sound with mainstream appeal.
7 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Rock & Roll, ROCK: College Rock
Disorder and harmony survive in a symbiotic relationship essential to the balance of existence. With the conclusion of this association, anything related to will no longer prosper. Choosing one over the other is the message the band communicates through music. Entropys End formed as Rick Griesbaum (Vocals / Guitar), Dave McGarry (Drums / Vocals), Josh Anthony (Bass), and Alan Hancock (Guitar) during the fall of 2004 in rural Bradford, PA.
Entropys End is focused on creating a new rock / alternative sound with mainstream appeal. Growing up with the hard rock of the 80s, the band builds on a strong foundation of prominent lead vocals and harmonized guitars reminiscent of Metallica, Iron Maiden, and Def Leppard. The band comprises elements that resemble many of todays top artists including Yellowcard, Jimmy Eat World, Queens of the Stone Age, My Chemical Romance, Thrice, Bayside, and Alkaline Trio.
The band has established an extensive following becoming their regions top original act. During the spring of 2005 Entropys End was selected to perform at the New York International Music Festival in New York City. At the festival, Dave McGarry was awarded with the specialized musician award in drumming. They have progressed to the national scene by sharing the stage with Dope, The Juliana Theory, Five Bolt Main, A New Revolution, Bobaflex, Triggerpoint, Erase The Grey, Bleed The Sky, and the 2005 Zippo Hot Tour winner Jealousy Curve.
Recently the band finished their debut EP Rise or Fall to satisfy the demands of an increasing fan base. The album was completed at Starfields Recording Studio in Buffalo, NY during a short recess from live performances. Songs on the disc tell the story of a man raising a family who is faced with the consequences of poor decision making. Opening with the first single The Gun, the tale begins with a desperate man who is ruined by his wives constant lack of commitment. With no alternative solution at hand, the distraught husband murders his wife in a rage he soon regrets as described in the second track titled Rise or Fall. The severity and desperation of the situation is finally understood in the song Lost Touch. While the man is awaiting trial he comes to realize that he cannot survive without the daughter who has become his only reason for living. After escaping from his incarceration to an existence of exile the man takes his own life in the final song Cut The Cord after realizing that the family he destroyed was more precious to him then his own life. With the release of the album, Entropys End will spread their music with an upcoming national tour.