Chris called upon long time friends Anthony DeJesus (rhythm guitar) and Chris El (bass). After the departure of original drummer Mike Horn, he was replaced by fill in drummer Tom Yount of the local black metal outfit, Kingdom of Dis until the drum vacancy was permanently filled by local legend Joey Kamka. With their lineup solidified they set out to claim Phoenix's vacant metal crown. They practiced relentlessly to perfect a live show that would raise the bar and prove to national acts that the Valley's bands could hold their own.
Live, Autumn's End is an unstoppable juggernaut! A definite force. The emotion they emit is palpable. Once they have left the stage you know that they meant every second of it. This kind of Jaw dropping performance is what landed them a spot on the Tempe Music Fest after only their first show on word of mouth alone. After which they earned opening slots for national acts: Arch Enemy, Hate Eternal, Black Dahlia Murder, Body Count, and Danzig.
Autumn's End brings all who will listen into the eye of the storm. Crushing riffs, thundering rhythms, and tortured vocals combined with lush acoustics and epic melodies creating a churning vortex of sound and fury. They walk a fine line between martyr and heretic and will leave you to decide if you are bearing witness to your salvation or the apocalypse.
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