ENDO Confirm Split With COLUMBIA, Demo New Material

Miami, Florida's ENDO have confirmed that they have parted ways with DV8/Columbia Records and are currently demoing new material in hopes of securing a new record deal.

"Good things are happening over here in ENDO-land," the group's bassist, Zelick, writes on their web site. "Yesterday we finished tracking the music for five new songs! Gil will be laying vocals for the songs on Monday. We are currently in search of a new label, so we are definitely excited about being able to record new music! We also have a busy may planned, with a few shows lined up throughout South Florida."

May 15 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Kelsey Club ("Group Therapy 2") -
May 22 - Pompano Beach, FL @ Pompano Beach Amp. (w/ ADEMA)
May 29 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ The Factory (w/ SCARS OF LIFE)

A summer tour along the East and West coasts is currently being planned. More information will be made available soon.


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