79 episodes

A fictional podcast following three survivors as they trek across the country trying to survive an alien invasion.

End of All Hope 7 Lamb Productions LLC

    • Fiction
    • 4.2 • 787 Ratings

A fictional podcast following three survivors as they trek across the country trying to survive an alien invasion.

    S5E9: Sorry

    S5E9: Sorry

    Travis tries to take over now that Roger is gone. Mia couldn't care less. She has other things to worry about, like what she'll say to Jess. Miles away in California, Jay comes to the rescue and saves Ambridge and Kylie just in time. He's finally able to prove himself.

    Music:

    "Empty Room" by Max H. @ Artlist.io

    "Sleep Soon" by The David Roy Collective @ Artlist.io

    "Under a Blanket" by Muted @ Artlist.io

    "Carry Me Slowly" by Jameson Nathan Jones @ Artlist.io

    "The Blackout" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com

    • 34 min
    S5E8: Nightmares

    S5E8: Nightmares

    Ava and Brie are making progress, but they are running low on supplies. And they're not the only ones. They meet an old traveler heading the other way. He doesn't have much and he warns them of a terrifying group of survivors who are preying on others. Meanwhile, Jay and company are in a national forest having their own troubles. Jay takes it upon himself to go hunting for the group, but he gets a scary surprise when he later returns to camp.

    Music:

    "The Blackout" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com

    • 27 min
    S5E7: Mistakes

    S5E7: Mistakes

    Mia and company find out that huge mistakes were made the night prior and now Roger is lying on his death bed. Meanwhile, Ava and Brielle continue heading north while chatting about their lives before the apocalypse.

    Music:

    "Pull" by Oak and Cherry @ Artlist.io

    "Alone" by Don Howell @ Artlist.io

    "Oval Window" by Yehezkel Raz @ Artlist.io

    "Under the Blanket" by Muted @ Artlist.io

    "Empty Room" by Max H. @ Artlist.io

    "The Blackout" and "Friendly Transformations" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com

    • 28 min
    S5E6: Hunting

    S5E6: Hunting

    Mia's group is in trouble and it's up to Mia and Chris to help them. Meanwhile, in California, Jay, Ambridge, and Kylie continue their trek north. But when they find themselves lost in the woods and low on food, it's time for them to do a bit of hunting.

    Music:

    "Babylon" by Quinten Coblentz @ Artlist.io

    "To the Strong" by Michael Vignola @ Artlist.io

    "Oval Window" by Yehezkel Raz @ Artlist.io

    "Sleep Soon" by The David Roy Collective @ Artlist.io

    "The Blackout" and "Friendly Transformations" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com

    • 23 min
    S5E5: Under the Cover of Darkness

    S5E5: Under the Cover of Darkness

    Ava and Brielle finally see the monster, Mia and company head north to scope out the new base, and Kylie and Jay have a heart-to-heart about what the future holds.

    Music:

    "Woeland" by Elderich T'Challa of Nemsis Black @ reverbnation.com/nemesisblack

    "Bushwhacking" by Rafael Rico @ Artlist.io

    "A Town Called Dismal" by Josh McCausland @ Artlist.io

    "Lost Frontier" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    • 26 min
    S5E4: The Monster

    S5E4: The Monster

    Ava and Brie have a new goal in mind: Bodega Bay. They pack up and take off, traveling slowly and carefully. Meanwhile, Jay and company stumble upon the San Diego Zoo Safari Park where they find some of the animals have escaped and others have been eaten. When they discover the dead elephants, they know that something much larger is roaming around the area.

    Music:

    "Awkward Meeting," "Bittersweet," "Lost Frontier," and "MeasuredPaces" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    "Oval Window" by Yehezkel Raz

    "Pull" by Oak and Cherry

    "Money in the Desert" by Dan Howell

    "ANewStart" by TheBows

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
787 Ratings

787 Ratings

Jdjdvshsjdn ,

Decent

Story starts out pretty slow and the acting is really bad in the first season. If you can make it passed that it gets really good. Currently on season 4 and I’m enjoying it. The main character Ava is really annoying in the beginning. Then that shifts jay once she isn’t annoying anymore. Can’t stand jay at this point. Can’t wait to finish the series though.

Almf77 ,

Engaging story

After starting Tower 4 by 7 Lamb, I looked for more of their work. I am really enjoying the storyline, but the voice actors are not great. I enjoy Ambridge, who is an actor in Tower 4, but (sorry), Ava is awful. It sounds like she is reading her lines out loud in the most sarcastic way instead of telling a story. If you can get past the annoying voices, the story is👍.

Jlp198429 ,

Couldn’t even get past the first episode

Acting is very bad compared to other fictional podcasts I’ve listened to, the script reading is super stilted and unnatural.

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