ENDSTILLE Parts Ways With Record Label
German black metallers ENDSTILLE have parted ways with their record label Twilight-Vertrieb and are currently seeking a label to release their new CD, "Endstilles Reich", worldwide. "The recordings are finished and the album will contain 10 tracks with a running time about 50 minutes," the band writes in a press release. The new CD was recorded at JAKs-Hell studio, like all previous ENDSTILLE albums.
ENDSTILLE's fourth full-length album, "Navigator", was released in August 2005 via Twilight-Vertrieb. The follow-up to 2004's "Dominanz" contained 10 tracks with a running time of 43 minutes.
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