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London Rock Daily live review, October 2005

Live at The Peel, Kingston, Friday 9th October 2005 as part of Female Voices Of Metal 2005

These guys (and ladyee) are tighter than Hasslehoff?s trunks, more rocking than a geology lecture and deeper than a fucking Keats anthology. Their songs boast choral soundscapes that pave the way for the most immense, crashing, thundering, and menacing... [View this article]

Live4Metal live review, September 2005

Live at Electrowerkz, Islington, London, Sunday 18th September 2005 with Leaves' Eyes and Atrocity

With summer bleeding into autumn it was a perfect night to catch Seasons End. Oozing class and professionalism they took the stage with singer Becki Clark putting her indelible stamp on proceedings as the rest of the band, crashed into life behind her.... [View this article]

Room Thirteen live review, September 2005

Live at Electrowerkz, Islington, London, Sunday 18th September 2005 with Leaves' Eyes and Atrocity

When Season's End first take to the stage, it's pretty much unnoticeable - they come on without much announcement and could simply be doing a sound check. People only realise they're actually playing when the first note sounds. The first song, 'Into... [View this article]

Zero Tolerance live review, November 2005

Live at Electrowerkz, Islington, London, Sunday 18th September 2005 with Leaves' Eyes and Atrocity

Openers Season's End are really developing into quite an exciting prospect. Their stagecraft is improving with every performance and their songs combine captivating melody with driving metal and enough intricacies to keep things interesting, with their... [View this article]

Room Thirteen live review, September 2005

Live at The Assembly Rooms, Derby, Saturday 3rd Sept 2005 as part of Bloodstock

England's very own Season's End graced Bloodstock festival last year in the Darwin Suite, and recently played at Birmingham's Thirteenth Day festival. Finally, it's time for the english melodic metal sextet to claim their rightful place; the Bloodstock... [View this article]

Metal Monk live review, September 2005

Live at The Assembly Rooms, Derby, Saturday 3rd Sept 2005 as part of Bloodstock

Having been quite impressed with SEASON?S END during their Darwin Suite performance at last year?s Bloodstock Festival, and having since gotten hold of most of their music, I was looking forward to seeing Britain?s Gothic Metal hopefuls tear it up on... [View this article]

Kerrang! live review, September 2005

Live at The Assembly Rooms, Derby, Saturday 3rd Sept 2005 as part of Bloodstock

Day two and with scores of hangover victims getting right back on their horses and medicating themselves with hair of the dog, it's not exactly the ideal setting for Hampshire goth metallers Season's End to be stealing the show with a jaw-dropping display... [View this article]

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Debut Album
‘The Failing Light’

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Live DVD 'Ascension'

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