End of time

The first album I ever heard was Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. This opened my mind to the possibilities of sound and has always inspired me. As the years have gone by, I’ve felt disappointed with the output of modern rock.
I believe that you can be accessible and still maintain a level of experimentation.
Let’s not be afraid to challenge listeners and take them on a ride!
Let’s throw some twists and turns into rock and roll.

 
 

Critical acclaim

“End of Time is just as much an audio novel as it is an engaging wall of sound. Featuring chunky guitars, soaring solos, intense drums and passionate vocal performances by both male and female, End of Time is a hard rockin’, well crafted, nuanced arrangement of top-shelf musicianship and experienced song design.”
— Joshua (J.Smo) Smotherman, IndieMusicDiscovery.com

“The narrator’s voice hearkens well to the Lady Galadriel which leads the listener on a path very Tolkien-esque, which is not an easy feat by any stretch of the imagination, and for that reason alone this album should find its way to wide release and critical acclaim.”
— Scott Alexander, AbortMag.com

“…But make no mistake, End of Time delivers where it counts. Rock isn’t dead, it’s all here in Fishman’s terrific, solid new album you can enjoy with two brews.”
— Rob Perez (Two Beers), MovieBoozer.com

“Marvelously wrought, End of Time creates an alluring sonic vista, strange as a dream, while simultaneously asserting its vitality. End of Time is a work of pure genius.”
— Randall Radic, Tattoo.com