The track Roll On, from the album Roll On, appears on the PS2 video game World Of Outlaws Sprintcar.
The track Carry Me Home, from the album Roll On, appears on the video game Guitar Hero II.
The track End Of The World, from the album MODERN ARTillery, was featured on the soundtrack of the video game Tony Hawk's Underground 2.
Guitarist Chris Cheney has appeared on stage with fellow Aussie rockers Jet in Melbourne. He also features on Jet's DVD Right! Right! Right!, playing guitar on the song That's Alright Mama.
The Living End have won 8 Jack awards (Australian live music awards) since the awards' inception in 2004. Of these, two were for Best Guitarist (Chris Cheney), one for Best Live Performer (Chris Cheney), two were for Best Bassist (Scott Owen), one for Best Drummer (Andy Strachan), one for Best Live Band and one finally for Best Live Performance (on Channel V).
The Living End have performed on Australian talk show Rove Live five times, more than any other band.
The Living End performed alongside Normie Rowe performing two of Normie's hits Que Sera Sera and Shakin' All Over at an awards ceremony.
Bassist Scott Owen appeared on Australian legend Paul Kelly's Foggy Highway album, playing bass on Song of the Old Rake.
Chris Cheney appeared with label mates Green Day in Melbourne on 17 December 2005 at the Telstra Dome performing Bobby Fuller's hit I Fought The Law.
The Living End hold the record for the most consecutive entries in (Australian youth radio station) Triple J's Hottest 100. The band have made the chart every year since 1997.
The band got it's name from the movie Rock Around The Clock.
They recorded their fourth album, State Of Emergency, in Byron Bay, a small NSW coastal town.
Their 2000 album Roll On was compared by some critics to legendary British punk band The Clash's breakthrough album London Calling, due to the varied musical influences.
The Living End won two ARIA awards in 1999 for Best Group and Best New Artist.
Sceond Solution/Prisoner Of Society won an ARIA award in 1998 for Highest Selling Single.
Their double single Second Solution/Prisoner Of Society became the highest selling Australian single of the 1990s.
Their song Wake Up was the opening song to Broken Dreams II, a mixed CD featuring rock songs from mostly Australian and New Zealand bands.
Their first break came in 1995, when they landed a support slot in Green Day's Australian tour after sending a T-shirt and demo tape to Green Day guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong.
Bassist Scott Owen purchased his bass guitar with $1500 he had planned to spend on a new car.
The Living End formed in 1994, after guitarist Chris Cheney met bassist Scott Owen.
Early on The Living End were called the Runaway Boys, after a song/album by The Straycats.
Chris Cheney - Guitar, Vocals
Scott Owen - Double Bass/Vocals
Andy Strachan - Drums
Joey Piripitzi - Drums (1995-1996)
Trav Demsey - Drums (1997-2002)
Other People Who Have Appeared On Living End Records
Alistair Shepherd (from AREA-7) - played saxophone on "Trapped" on the self titled album.
Tody Dargaville (from AREA-7) - played trumpet on "Trapped" on the self titled album.
Jack Howard - played trumpet on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Aidan McArtney - played trombone on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Jereny Smith - Played French horn on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Butch Lee - played percussion on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Cameron Baines (from Bodyjar) - backing vocals on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Grant Relf (from Bodyjar) - backing vocals on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Tom Read (from Bodyjar) - backing vocals on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Jon Toogood (from Shihad) - backing vocals on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Tom Larkin (from Shihad) - backing vocals on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
Gabriel Atkinson (from Weta) - backing vocals on "Uncle Harry" on Roll On.
The Living End - 1998
Roll On - 2000
MODERN ARTillery - 2003
From Here On In (singles compilation) - 2004
State of Emergency - 2006
Singles and EPs
Hellbound, 1995 EP
It's For Your Own Good, 1996 EP
Second Solution/Prisoner Of Society, 1997 EP - #4 Australia
Four on the Floor, 2003 EP (iTunes Music Store exclusive)
From The Living End:
"Save The Day", 1998 single - #22 Australia
"Prisoner Of Society", 1998 single (UK)
"All Torn Down", 1999 single (with radio B-side cover "Tainted Love") - #12 Australia
"Trapped", 1999 single (US)
"West End Riot", 1999 single
From Roll On:
"Pictures In The Mirror", 2000 single - #18 Australia
"Roll On", 2000 single - #15 Australia
"Dirty Man", 2001 single
From MODERN ARTillery:
"One Said To The Other", 2003 single (with radio B-side "What Would You Do?") - #19 Australia
"Who's Gonna Save Us?", 2003 single - #37 Australia
"Tabloid Magazine", 2003 single
From From Here On In:
"I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got", 2004 radio single
From State of Emergency:
"What's On Your Radio?" - #9 Australia
DVDs and videos
From Here On In - The DVD 1997-2004
"Prisoner Of Society" 1997 (Aus)
"Second Solution" 1997
"Save The Day" 1998
"Prisoner of Society" 1998 (USA)
"All Torn Down" 1998
"West End Riot" 1998
"Pictures In The Mirror" 2000
"Roll On" 2000 (2 videos made for this single)
"Dirty Man" 2001
"One Said To The Other" 2003
"Who's Gonna Save Us?" 2003 (2 videos made for this single)
"Tabloid Magazine" 2004
"I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got" 2004
"What's On Your Radio" 2005