END OF GREEN: 'Goodnight Insomnia' Video To Premiere On Monday

"Goodnight Insomnia", the new video from Germany gothic rockers END OF GREEN, will make its online debut on Monday, July 5. The clip was filmed with Gregor Wiebe from Munich's Huckleberryking Media. The track, which is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page, comes off the group's seventh album, "High Hopes in Low Places", which is scheduled for an August 20 release in Germany, Austria and Switzerland via Silverdust Records. The CD was recorded at Munich's Weltraumstudios with producer Corni Bartels.

The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Blackened Eyes
02. Goodnight Insomnia
03. Carpathian Gravedancer
04. Under The Sway
05. Tie Me A Rope… While You're Calling My Name
06. High Hopes In Low Places
07. An Awful Day
08. Saviour
09. Slaves
10. Starlight

Check out the cover artwork below.

END OF GREEN's previous CD, "The Sick's Sense", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 21. The record was made available in two different formats: a regular jewelcase; and the premium digibook double-CD featuring a bonus CD with a five-song END OF GREEN acoustic session recorded live.


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