Endo's 2001 debut, Evolve, was characterized by Guitar World as "an ultra-modern, sonically pristine blend of raging guitars and throbbing hip-hop beats tempered by a harsh industrial edge," while the LA Weekly simply stated "...[Endo] kick all kinds of motherf***ing ass." In 2003, the Miami foursome ignited another gritty wake up call with "Songs For The Restless".
Endo's song "Simple Lies" also appeared on "The Daredevil" soundtrack (a Top 10 release on the Billboard "Top 200 Albums" chart) that has now shifted over 750,000 units in the U.S. awarding Endo their first Gold Record.
Endo has blanketed the nation on tour with such road mates as Korn, Megadeth, Sepultura, Disturbed, Chevelle, Hatebreed, Drowning Pool, and the summer's Hottest tour Ozzfest 2003!
After the disolvement of DV8/Columbia in early 2004, Endo was given their biggest challenge yet, to write new material that would surpass all else, and find a new label they could call home.