The Deep End Release Debut Album ‘Cop This’

The Deep End Release Debut Album ‘Cop This’

February 19, 2013

The Deep End’s long awaited debut album ‘Cop This’ is now available for purchase at

A new powerhouse rock n’ roll band from Australia, The Deep End released a video for the album’s first single, “Bigger. Better. Badder.”, in December of last year and just recently announced the addition of former Montresor drummer Nick Trajanovski to the fold. Said the band, “Nick has slotted right in perfectly by drumming all the songs like a monster and we are pumped to show him off to you guys at our launch on Friday night! A huge thanks goes out to Benny Sarros who filled the void over the last few dates of our tour, you saved our arse mate and we will miss your stud like work on the road. JD (former drummer), a huge thank you to you as well mate for being with us up until late last year. We wish you all the best in your future music endeavours.”

The Deep End begun as an idea over beers in a suburban Melbourne garage and quickly developed from after school jams engaging locals (whether they liked it or not) with AC/DC covers to writing and performing formidable rock songs of their own. Since their inception, The Deep End have built a loyal fan base in Australia playing numerous festivals, headlining their own sell-out shows nationwide and performing with Aussie giants such as Airbourne, The Angels, Rose Tattoo, Screaming Jets and Hoodoo Gurus.

The Deep End gained commercial radio exposure in Australia in a bid to support Bon Jovi, amounting to further interest from local rock fans that thickened their ranks. Their expanding following allowed them to record and release two independent EP’s over the first three years of the band forming, both of which received positive reviews across the local media.

In late 2011 The Deep End launched their ‘Your Shout’ EP to a full house at St. Kilda’s infamous Front Bar at The Espy. The Deep End then took their energetic live show around Australia and planted seeds with local audiences taking to the band, leaving them thirsty for more.

When asked to comment, Drum Media Perth said “The Deep End has a classic sound that would’ve dominated the ’03 revival and blasted the likes of Jet right off the stage” and The Hard Rock Show said “In a year where I’ve seen Slash, Iron Maiden, Rob Zombie and Slayer, one of the best live shows of 2011 was The Deep End’s EP Launch at The Espy Front Bar.”

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