The main elements of the music are the usual black metal components, which makes End of Existence to fall somewhat into an ordinary generic category. Several passages are too extensively sonorously uniform, which makes certain moments to be quite monotonous. Nonetheless, the record has its merits, being somewhat genuine in its more subtle underlines, although you will not find too much of a novelty here.
The technical aspects of the work are indeed very whimsical, the musician behind the work really knows what he has been doing. Unfortunately, the lack of more authentic forms of inspiration has restricted enormously the musical reach of the work. Very emblematic of the genre, though, with an interesting approach concerning the fastness of the rhythms and the dynamics of the melodies, End of Existence is a work able to satisfy the more modest enthusiasts of the genre.
Invariably, the lack of more extreme variations has left the album too stagnant. A little before the middle of the album, you are stuck to the impression that you have been listening to the same song from the beginning. Eventually, although the general score of the album is reasonably acceptable, you simply realize the fact that you don’t want to listen to this record a second time. Too tiresome and severely common, End of Existence reveals an interesting musician, that has to evolve a lot more, to learn how to create a more incisive, engraving and undertaking style of black metal.