ENDO Officially Calls It Quits

Miami, Florida hard rock band ENDO has apparently split up after experiencing inner turmoil. Since playing the second stage on Ozzfest 2003, they were dropped by DV8/Columbia Records, and tried to go the independent route before finally going their separate ways last year due to "drama," according to an online posting by vocalist Gil Bitton (MySpace). Bitton has since joined THE JUNKIES (MySpace) while Zelick, ENDO's former bassist, has opened a pizza parlor (MySpace).

ENDO's sophomore full-length album, "Songs for the Restless", was released in July 2003 through DV8/Columbia Records. ENDO's song "Simple Lies" also appeared on the "Daredevil" soundtrack (a Top 10 release on The Billboard 200 chart), which has shifted over 750,000 units in the U.S., earning ENDO a gold record.


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