Season's End's debut album, 'The Failing Light' will be released in a
remixed and revamped format in the Summer of 2005. The culmination of years
of hard work, the band has reinvented their sound, found new focus and
maintained a determined attitude. Based in Hampshire, in the United Kingdom,
the band try to avoid being labelled with genres, and concentrate on playing
powerful, melodic and emotional music.

Their appearance at Bloodstock 2004 was reviewed by Kerrang: "However it's
Season's End (KKKK) who steal the show with a set of moving, atmospheric
doom culled from their awesome 'The Failing Light' album". This compliments
the KKKK review in 2004 for the demo of the album along with glowing Metal
Hammer and various webzine reviews. Zero Tolerance, the new UK metal
magazine also reviewed Season's End for Bloodstock - "The pick of the pack
are goth metallers Season's End, whose show is mightily impressive. As a
unit they shine brightly - their power, poise and passion for what they're
doing surely marks them out for bigger things".

Season's End were mentioned in Kerrang as one of 5 bands in an article on
symphonic metal bands: "If you thought you had to trek all the way to
Scandinavia to find decent symphonic metal, you're wrong. Heavy on grandiose
atmosphere, Hampshire's Season's End easily match their foreign

Season's End thrive in their live performances. Particular highlights have
been the Whitby Gothic Festival, Halloween 2002, and the Bloodstock festival
in 2004. To date, the band has played numerous shows around the UK;
including several in London. 2004's Bloodstock appearance gained glowing
reviews in the press including a 4 out of 5 review in Kerrang! magazine. A
set on the main stage at Bloodstock 2005 has been confirmed.

Becki Clark - Voice
Daryl Kellie - Guitar (joined 2004)
Tom Nicholls - Bass (joined 2004)
Dave Smith - Keyboards
David Stanton - Guitar and Voice
Paul White - Drums and Percussion

Source: Season's End (March 2005) read less


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