End It Release Unpleasant Living EP Via Flatspot Records

End It
Photo by Kenny Savercool

On their new EP, Unpleasant Living, out today on Flatspot Records, Baltimore hardcore crew End It delivers 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 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. 

End It has also announced a record release show on July 22nd at Metro Gallery in Baltimore and you can check out the band’s full list of upcoming shows below. The vinyl pressing of Unpleasant Living is sold out, but CDs are still available via Flatspot Records. Both formats also include the band’s 2020 EP One Way Track, and 2017 self-titled release.

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