ALL ENDS: Cologne Concert To Be Streamed Online
ALL ENDS' November 25 concert at the Live Music Hall in Cologne, Germany (where the band will perform as the support act for OOMPH!) will be streamed live on www.livedome.com beginning at 8:00 p.m. CET.
ALL ENDS is the Swedish hard rock band featuring Emma Gelotte (sister of IN FLAMES guitarist Björn Gelotte) and Tinna Karlsdotter on vocals, Fredrik Johansson (DIMENSION ZERO, IN FLAMES' "The Jester Race" album) and Peter Mårdklint (EMBRACED, TENEBRE) on guitar, along with Josef Skanås on drums. The group's video for its cover of the track "Apologize", originally performed by TIMBALAND Ft. ONE REPUBLIC, can be viewed below.
The self-titled debut album from ALL ENDS is available for streaming in its entirety at www.mtv.de. The CD was relased in Germany on September 26 via GUN Records. The package contains a special feature and a bonus DVD with several videos.
ALL ENDS will support German metallers EDGUY in January/February 2009.
ALL ENDS video for "Apologize":
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