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Boomkat Product Review:
New York three-piece The End Of The World stick to a pretty straightforward formula of downbeat rock music that at times brings to mind the contemporary FM rock of Pearl Jam and at others the unstable, off-kilter country Pavement would occasionally turn out, as found on the slippery slide guitar of ‘Sunrise At The Manse’. Elsewhere, ‘Fangs and Fog’ sounds as if it should be a Sparklehorse song title, but unlike Mark Linkous’ work, it never goes for the big chorus, instead sombrely ambling along into its disappointingly inconsequential instrumental coda. The best thing here is probably ‘Oh, Nashville’ which provides raucous conclusion to the album. A nifty alt-rock joint to begin with, its only during the thrashy dissonance of the song’s last three minutes that the TEOTW show another side of themselves, the self-destructive freeform finale sounding like The Who ending a live show in your garage.