ENDSTILLE: New Album Title Revealed

German black metallers ENDSTILLE have set "Infektion 1813" as the title of their new album, tentatively due before the end of the year. The first song from the album, "When Kathaaria Falls", will be made available online within the next weeks.

ENDSTILLE last year announced the addition of vocalist Zingultus (ex-NAGELFAR) to the group's ranks.

ENDSTILLE's latest video, "Depressive / Abstract / Banished / Despised", can be viewed below, The song comes off the band's sixth album, entitled "Verf├╝hrer", which was released in April 2009 via Regain Records. The CD was recorded at Jak's Hell studio in Germany.

ENDSTILLE, GOD DETHRONED and HOLLENTHON last year took part in a "triple-headliner" European tour.

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