|2||A Girl Called Trouble|
|3||Punjabi Martini Beat (Live)|
|4||Brooklyn Home Invasion (Live)|
|6||From the Unforgiving Arms of God|
|9||Love Let Me Die|
|11||Applejack Milk Punch|
|13||Year Of The Clown|
|19||Only When We Are Through|
|21||How I Became Infinite|
|22||Survived by Nothing|
The End are a mathcore/metalcore band who hail from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. They have been repeatedly compared to bands like Dillinger Escape Plan and deathgrind group Discordance Axis, as well as Neurosis. Their third album, Elementary, was released on Relapse Records on February 6, 2007. The album's sound is unlike previous albums, with partially sung vocals and a far more regular song structure. This change in sound has pushed many to compare the band to similarly accessible metal acts such as Tool, In Flames and even Opeth.
Their song "Throwing Stones" appeared on the soundtrack for the 2007 film The Hills Have Eyes 2.
In October 2007, The End announced that they would cancel their upcoming tour with Between The Buried And Me because guitarist Andrew Hercules had left the band. No reason has been given as to why he left.