In the credits to 'The Absence Of Everything,' Endation describe themselves as “a musical dichotomy: a sensory marriage of beautiful and ugly.” Matt Graber and Anthony Conley began this dichotomy in 2002, but went on hiatus in 2004 after they each left the Boston area for their own personal reasons, spinning off to such corners of the Earth as Israel and Australia. In 2011, the duo decided to bring their abandoned band back to life, writing new material and recording The Absence Of Everything. Graber says Endnation’s future plans are solely “to continue writing new material to challenge ourselves and listeners.”
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'The Absence Of Everything'