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Kiss Or Kill

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From the Artist

The band Endeverafter was birthed two years ago in Sacramento, CA, where front man and lead guitarist Michael Grant, rhythm guitarist Kristan Mallory, bassist Tommi Andrews, and former drummer Austin Sinclaire decided that they wanted to go down in music history. However, the magic happened long before that, as Michael Grant explains, "I've been friends with Kristan for five years, with Tommi for three years, and [current drummer] Eric Humbert is one of my best friends." Yet friendship is only part of the foundation that these band mates share. Perhaps learning a lesson from past legends, Endeverafter stands by similar musical fronts, "Our influences are in the deeper 60s, 70s hard rock,"

About the Artist

The genesis of the group starts with Endever, Grant's old band. Kristan Mallory started out as a journalist and fan but soon jumped on board as the original bassist (he's since switched to guitar). Tommi Andrews came on a few months later, along with a temporary drummer.

A few shows later, the group had already caught the attention of a certain ubiquitous member of Fall Out Boy. Soon enough, Pete Wentz was championing EndeverafteR and expressing interest in signing the group to his own label; he invited the guys to open for FOB during a Sacramento tour date.

An EndeverafteR live show is quite a sight. You'll notice things you haven't seen at rock show in a long time: a bunch of long-haired, open-shirt rock gods struttin' around, putting on an actual show. It's theatrical, energetic, cocky and while there's no pyro yet, it's on its way.

To capture this live energy, the band recruited American Hi-Fi frontman Stacy Jones as a producer, in collaboration with Bill Lefler. Grant says, "Stacy was so enthusiastic; he did his homework on us. A guy excited by the music is going to do a better job."

EndeverafteR has already captured the public's eye; a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the "Baby 3X" video was #1 on YouTube with nearly 500,000 views in one day.

So see them live. And stop by the tour bus afterwards.


1. I Wanna Be Your Man
2. Baby 3x
3. Gotta Get Out
4. Poison
5. Next Best Thing (Guest Vocal Butch Walker)
6. Tip Of My Tongue
7. Road To Destruction
8. All Night
9. Slave
10. From The Ashes Of Sin
11. Long Way Home

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 30, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Razor & Tie Entertainment
  • ASIN: B000VR012Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,962 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Scott Lindholm on November 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD
As of last Friday, Nov. 23, 2007 I had never heard of EndeverafteR, then I went to a Fuel concert and saw these guys open for them: WOW, I was absolutely mind-blown as to how good these guys played, their stage presence and their quality of songs. This band has a sound that we all need to hear. It is a fun-loving blend of classic rock/metal/pop-rock and just flat out great music. All four members are very talented at what they do.
As for the record, I obviously purchased this at the concert and was pleasently surprised to see that Stacy Jones (American Hi-Fi, another of my top bands) produced this. The first track "I wanna be your man" is very ear friendly and air guitar friendly, a common theme for both throughout. "Baby^3" sounds like it could be a classic and is very good live. My personal live favorite was track 3 "Gotta get out", which has a great backing vocal and easy-to-relate-to lyrics. Track 5 features another one of my favorites, Butch Walker on backing vocals. Track 7, "Road to destruction" is a very high energy song that leads into my favorite album track, "All night". The only throwaway song here is track 9. The album ends in a beautiful manner with "Long way home". A 6 minute plus acoustic song with very pretty guitar work and male/female vocal harmonies.
Bottom line, this is a phenominal debut album for a band that has what it takes to be a big time band this day in age, because they are creative and enjoyable. Like lead singer Michael Grant says, "we don't want people to listen to our music and slit their wrists, we want them to smile and have a good time."
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tim Corcoran on January 2, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Endeverafter? When I first heard that a band by that name was gonna open up for Cinderella & Poison in 06, I said "WTF are these guys"? , "Why do they get the spot another band I used to like didn't"? After all, one of the staples of Poison's shows since their reunion in '00 was that it was a bill of 80's Hard Rock bands all getting the chance to showcase the hits that made them who they are and get some new stuff out to the fans. Now, all of the sudden some band I never heard of was taking place of someone in the likes of Warrant or Slaughter. Why? I had to know who these guys were, and what landed them that spot. I checked out their myspace page and it took me only seconds to figure it out. 48 seconds to be exact!
On the pages music player, the default song was something called "Baby, Baby, Baby". From the first lick I was grabbed by the ear to listen to the whole thing. But I was sure by the chorus it would go down the tubes. 48 seconds in, the prechorus screamed "Don't Stop Now! You know you want it." Instantly I perked up. Any minute now, it'll go downhill right? I couldn't have been more wrong! By 1:01 on the players window, the chorus kicked in. It was right then that I understood. Sure these guys weren't some big band from the 80's...they were the next coming!!! I listened to all 4 tracks on the page and loved it! I had to find out everything about the band and got a hold of not only their pre-signed EP but music from the former incarnation Endever. These guys are the real deal!!!!
I eagerly awaited their opening the show, and was not disappointed! My then, 9yo son even loved it so much that when the band made their rounds in the crowd before Cinderella (yeah, you heard that right, these guys came out and met the fans one on one!!), he had to meet them!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 11, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I recently had the pleasure of seeing Endeverafter live, opening up for Australian rockers Airbourne (picture Motley Crue opening for AC/DC circa 1982) and enjoyed their set so much I decided to pick up their 2007 debut Kiss or Kill.

Endeverafter is essentially putting a modern spin on the wild & crazy Motley Crue/Van Halen style of party rock from the 80's. The album is full of upbeat, infectious rock anthems that the band's energy and obvious enthusiasm make very hard to resist. Just repeat to yourself "it's OK to rock, it's OK to rock", then let songs like Road to Destruction and Tip of My Tongue take you back to when it seemed like this was the only kind of music on the radio.

If you've been missing the kind of pure fun rock & roll that's been so hard to find these past 15 years, you've got to check out Endeverafter. You'll be cranking it up and singing along before you know it. Also check out Airbourne, American Heartbreak, Bullets and Octane, Black Stone Cherry, Lynam, Lost City Angels, Beautiful Creatures, and Gotthard. Rock & Roll is alive and well if you know where to look.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Boyle on April 27, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I was lucky enough to see Airbourne, EndeverafteR and Stonerider at 'Les Saints" in Montreal on April,3rd this year(08). All for the dirt cheap price of $15.50. Canadian even! I was more familiar with the other two bands initially but made a point of going to EEA's website to check them out beforehand. They opened with Road to Destruction and just owned the place, then were prematurely forced off the stage a song early due to time constraints. I actually bought Kiss or Kill at the show, even had it signed by Michael and Kristan, two of the coolest dudes you'd ever have the pleasure of meeting. After reading all of the reviews here, I have to agree with everthing written. This band is a long overdue breath of fresh air with a very fresh sound. Let's hope the youth of today can figure that out too and not just the people who remember what great music was all about. For the record, all three bands are excellent. I highly recommend.
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