END OF GREEN's 'High Hopes In Low Places' Cracks German Top 20

"High Hopes In Low Places", the new album from German gothic rockers END OF GREEN, has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 17. Released on August 20, 2010 through Silverdust Records, the LP was recorded at Munich's Weltraumstudios with producer Corni Bartels. The limited first edition includes a bonus CD, "1996 – 2003 Reloaded", containing newly recorded classics from the extensive END OF GREEN back catalogue.

"1996 – 2003 Reloaded" track listing:

01. Demons
02. Dying In Moments
03. Tragedy Insane
04. Death In Veins
05. My Friend
06. Nice Day To Die
07. Godsick
08. Highway 69
09. Everywhere
10. I Hate

END OF GREEN's "Goodnight Insomnia" video can be viewed below. The clip was filmed with Gregor Wiebe from Munich's Huckleberryking Media.

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END OF GREEN's previous CD, "The Sick's Sense", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 21.


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