"Until Eternity Ends" is an EP release by Swedish death metal act Edge of Sanity. The EP was released through Black Mark Production in 1994. The sleeve of the booklet states this: "These are four songs that we felt didn't fit the album that we are busy writing right now. But we like the songs and wanted them out somehow. This is not a taster of our upcoming CD! The fourth CD Purgatory Afterglow will take off where Unorthodox left! C-Ya (1994)"
It´s interesting to note that the band states that " Purgatory Afterglow (1994)" will take off where "Unorthodox (1992)" left as there was an album ("The spectral Sorrows (1993)") released between those two albums. But thinking about it I guess it does make some kind of sense as "Purgatory Afterglow (1994)" probably sounds more like the successor to "Unorthodox (1992)" than "The spectral Sorrows (1993)" does.
On "Until Eternity Ends", Edge of Sanity play three straight out death metal tracks, which are the first three tracks on the EP. The title tracks is by far the most interesting track out of those three (with some progressive leanings) while the two other tracks "Eternal Eclipse" and "Bleed" are of more standard quality compared to the band´s best material. The title track is what I´d call an Edge of Sanity "classic". However the most interesting track on the EP is the cover of "Invisible Sun" by The Police. It´s a great cover track displaying what Edge of Sanity were also capable of.
The sound production is well sounding and suits the music well.
I think this is a very enjoyable EP and one of the things you´ll need to own if you´re a fan of Edge of Sanity. A 3 - 3.5 stars (65%) rating is warranted even though two of the tracks are a bit sub par to the other two.