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After It Ends


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After spending a year writing material, After it Ends has started playing shows in the Atlanta area. They won a Gorilla Battle of the Bands, and have played numerous shows including The Vinyl, Swayze’s, Insomnia Venue, The Armory. Their influences include: Morrissey, Brand New, Circa Survive, The Receiving End of Sirens, The Dear Hunter, Taking Back Sunday, Saosin, Anthony Green, Neutral Milk Hotel, Manic Street Preachers, to list a few. Their sound has been described as post-hardcore.

“We all wanted to be in a band where we could grow, not only as musicians, but also as individuals. We’ve put so much of our hearts and time into writing these songs, and we’ve loved every minute of it. Everytime we put on a show, and hear fans singing lyrics that we wrote, it’s impossible to describe just how amazing that makes us feel. All of our fans are important to us. I never want to get to the point where we feel like we don’t need them anymore, and we know without them, that none of this would be possible.” - Zach

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  • fadedhero

    Hey guys, I really appreciate all the comments. They mean a lot to us! Zach.

    21 Oct 2010 Reply
  • Jayko337

    @Odiously agreed, they totally do. I've been trying to do my part to get some people listening to them. I still can't get over the fact that its self recorded. I Would LOVE to hear something studio.... DAMN... They are good.

    11 Oct 2010 Reply
  • Jayko337

    These Guys are Crazy Good. I really Want to hear more from them.

    4 Oct 2010 Reply
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