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Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on purple marble coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. In 2002, the American heavy metal band Mudvayne released their sophomore album The End Of All Things To Come, which expanded their sound with a more versatile range of sounds, dynamic, moods and vocalization. The band wrote the album's songs in less than a month, drawing inspiration from their self- imposed isolation during the songwriting process, and crafted a more mature sound which drew from jazz and progressive rock influences, as well as elements of death metal and thrash metal. For the production, Mudvayne worked with three-time Grammy Award winner David Bottrill. The album spawned two singles: "Not Falling" and "World So Cold", which were both a commercial success and charted well.
Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on purple marble coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. In 2002, the American heavy metal band Mudvayne released their sophomore album The End Of All Things To Come, which expanded their sound with a more versatile range of sounds, dynamic, moods and vocalization. The band wrote the album's songs in less than a month, drawing inspiration from their self- imposed isolation during the songwriting process, and crafted a more mature sound which drew from jazz and progressive rock influences, as well as elements of death metal and thrash metal. For the production, Mudvayne worked with three-time Grammy Award winner David Bottrill. The album spawned two singles: "Not Falling" and "World So Cold", which were both a commercial success and charted well.
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End Of All Things To Come [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) [Limited Edition]
Artist: Mudvayne
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $53.99
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Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on purple marble coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. In 2002, the American heavy metal band Mudvayne released their sophomore album The End Of All Things To Come, which expanded their sound with a more versatile range of sounds, dynamic, moods and vocalization. The band wrote the album's songs in less than a month, drawing inspiration from their self- imposed isolation during the songwriting process, and crafted a more mature sound which drew from jazz and progressive rock influences, as well as elements of death metal and thrash metal. For the production, Mudvayne worked with three-time Grammy Award winner David Bottrill. The album spawned two singles: "Not Falling" and "World So Cold", which were both a commercial success and charted well.
        
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