The End of All Things to Come is the second studio album by American nu metal band Mudvayne. Released on November 19, 2002, the album expanded upon the sound of the band's debut, L.D. 50, with a more versatile range of sounds, dynamic, moods and vocalization.
The band wrote the album's songs in less than a month, drawing inspiration from their self-imposed isolation during the songwriting process, and crafted a more mature sound which drew from jazz and progressive rock influences, as well as elements of death metal and thrash metal. The album's strong sales led to it being certified Gold by the RIAA in 2003.
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue
Style: Math Rock, Prog Rock, Progressive Metal, Nu Metal
A2 Trapped In The Wake Of A Dream
A3 Not Falling
B1 (Per)version Of A Truth
B2 Mercy, Severity
B3 World So Cold
C1 The Patient Mental
C3 Solve Et Coagula
D1 Shadow Of A Man
D3 The End Of All Things To Come
D4 A Key To Nothing