"The End of All Things to Come" is an album title of heavy metal band Mudvayne.
There are two points that I do not fully understand:
(i) I suppose that "X to do Y" is a general construction that expresses ( in a poetical way ) that "X is going to do Y". Is this correct?
(ii) The predicate "to come" seems to refer to either "end" or "all things". My gut feeling tells me that it the title refers to an "end to come". However, I have read that, e.g., relative clauses are typically intended to refer to the most recent noun. With this principle in mind, the title would like roughly refer to "the end of all things that are coming".
Could you clearify this grammatical construction for me?