End Of Crisis

Montreal, Quebec, Canada


  • JP Barcha Charlebois - Vocals
  • Etienne Descroix - Guitars
  • Pat Plouffe - Guitars
  • Francis Descroix - Bass
  • Danny Alfaro - Drums

Already champions of the live circuit for years following the 2009 release of their “For Better Days” EP, the unshakeable End of Crisis have completed the writing process for their forthcoming debut full-length, which the band is currently recording in their hometown of Montreal, Quebec. Fuelled by the utmost rage, sincerity, and positivity, the as-yet-untitled record can be previewed via the appropriately-titled new track “Heart & Soul,” available for listening via the band’s presskit and social media profiles. Expect more tracks to emerge as they are recorded in the months to come.

“We are 5 guys that are really down to earth and don’t pretend to play any games or fool people into believing in something we aren’t putting our hearts into. Our passion is true and we want to share this with the rest of the world.” End of Crisis credit Dave Boucher from Extensive Enterprise for looking out for the band during its formative years, thus enabling them to share the stage with bands like Suicide Silence, Emmure, For Today, First Blood, After The Burial, Terror, Stick To Your Guns, Trapped Under Ice, and other notables.

As the North American underground will soon find out, the band’s passionate blend of half-part melodic hardcore, half-part brutal metalcore is enough to make any angry kid step off and mosh. Armed with a new van, trailer, shirts, and live backdrop, the band is eager to showcase their powerful new material to fans across Canada and the U.S. this fall and well into 2012. Catch the band live to bear witness to the true meaning of perseverance.


Detailed discography - Add release

Title Type Rating Label Release datesort icon
For Better Days EP
Unsigned January 1, 2009
Cycles Full-length
unknown April 2, 2012


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This band needs more fans (at least 20) before recommendations can be made.


I've seen these guys twice. Blew my mind both times. Unreal.

Red Dusk Studio with Mat Laperle! (Im not from the band btw)

Where did you guys record the record?