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Take One Last Run At The End Of Level Boss At DesertFest London 2015

22nd February 2015 at 2:15 pm

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DesertFest London have one last final treat for you all as they’ve convinced End Of Level Boss to play a one off show. London’s own stoner prog band End Of Level Boss have been hiding in the abyss for the last few years. Last seen…
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Roadburn 2012: Audio Streams Now Available For for AUN, Dopethrone, Saturnalia Temple, The Wounded Kings & More

28th June 2012 at 9:19 am

Roadburn 2012 Artwork by Michel

The next instalment of Audio Streams from Roadburn 2012 is now available with live sets from AUN, Dark Buddha Rising, Dopethrone, End Of Level Boss, Necros Christos, Saturnalia Temple, Spiders and The Wounded Kings. There is a treasure trove of transmissions from Planet Roadburn…
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End Of Level Boss Confirmed for Voivod’s Au-delà du Réel at Roadburn 2012

8th November 2011 at 11:49 am

Roadburn 2012 - End Of Level Boss

Continuing in their all-consuming search for twisted riffs and rhythms, UK based End Of Level Boss return to the Roadburn festival for the first time since their debut appearance in 2006. Joining original vocalist / guitarist Harry Armstrong (ex-Hangnail / Decomposed) this updated line…
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End Of Level Boss Album Launch – 30th July

26th July 2011 at 5:49 pm

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End Of Level Boss will be playing The Unicorn in Camden this Saturday, 30th July, to launch their new album ‘Eklectric’ which is released by Exile On Mainstream Records, support for the night comes from Astrohenge, doors open at 7.30pm, booze is cheap and…
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End Of Level Boss ‘Eklectric’ CD 2011

10th July 2011 at 9:02 am

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In recent years, EOLB have gathered the kind of respect most underground bands would give up a grandma to have behind them. Innovative and powerful albums one and two, ‘Prologue’ and ‘Inside the Difference Engine’, launched Harry Armstrong and his hairy henchmen into a…
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