Over the past few years, Dremnt the End's rhythmic, polished brand of modern rock has pushed and elbowed it's way onto the list of Austin's top rock acts, surpassing a number of their more well-known peers and converting masses of the music capitol's fans and musicians along the way. The group's propensity for riotous, danceable rock songs and live performances that leave heads ringing and feet tapping for days has made Dremnt the End one of the most exciting rock acts Texas has to offer. Their new self-titled record, recorded at famed Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, TX, is a rock masterpiece that generously showcases the bands uncanny ability to mesh epic rock vocals and guitar with driving, danceable rhythms. The result is a swell of infectious rock songs no true rock fan will be able to resist.
One of DTE's goals has always been to deliver the most amazing live show possible. Teeming with passion, grit, and energy that make it all but impossible to stand still, DTE's live shows are nothing short of phenomenal. Given the level of their craft, It's no wonder that the band has shared the stage with a wide range of national acts, including The Bravery (Island), Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (Virgin), Scary Kids Scaring Kids (Immortal), June (Victory), Meriwether (Suretone/Interscope), Family Force 5 (Maverick/Gotee), Luna Halo (American), Fair to Midland (Universal), Showbread (tooth and nail), and Alesana (Fearless). The only predictable thing about DTE's shows is the question, "Why haven't I heard of you," which has become the typical reaction from fellow musicians and fans alike.
And it's a good question indeed. The band has over 12,000 myspace friends and thousands more via other outlets. Austin's influential alternative rock station 101X and Houston's 94.5 The Buzz feature the band's music regularly. Local video production company Suited Productions has produced five music videos that are in regular rotation on Austin's Music Entertainment Television, and have been featured several times on "Red River Rocks." DTE has also been featured on News 8 Austin by prominent DJ and Music Writer Andy Langer. The band also boasts features on national television and film, most notably CNBC's "American Made", which featured three of DTE's songs in four of their episodes. Robin Nations' movie, "The Water's Edge," also featured DTE's music.
It seems fairly obvious that, whether you have heard of the band or not, Dremnt the End is a name we are all going to be hearing a lot more often in the future.