When the band first slithered onto the stage in 2000 with macabre make-up and revolting cuts from their 'L.D. 50' debut, Mudvayne inspired a generation of thrash fans to mix things up a bit. Though an average human being couldn't understand a word of their hit, 'Dig,' those infected with a penchant for the nu-metal life quickly became entranced with the single's hypnotic riffs. 'The End of All Things to Come' changed the modus operandi of the band, with new names and creepy alien masks, plus a revamped sound. This was a new image indeed, but still contained some dastardly sounds.
Added by Upcoming Robot on October 12, 2008