END OF THE ROPE: CD-Release Party To Be Held This Weekend

Tampa, FL-based metal band END OF THE ROPE will hold a release party for their full-length debut, "Through Callow Eyes", this weekend at Boomerz Boiler Room in St. Petersburg, FL. The CD was produced by Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, MORBID ANGEL) and Vinny Saletto (GENITORTURERS). A four-song sampler can be found here.

"Through Callow Eyes" track listing:

01. Accelerant
02. Hateface
03. Misanthrope
04. Cut off Your Wings
05. Aphasia
06. Wrist Art Calamity
07. Void 'till Now
08. Asymptote
09. Seventy-Two
10. Hurt To Heal
11. Not Forgotten
12. Uprooted
13. Infect the Ill
14. Parasite

Upcoming END OF THE ROPE tour dates:

Aug. 28 - St. Petersburg, FL @ Boomerz Boiler Room
Nov. 05 - St. Petersburg, FL @ Boomerz Boiler Room (w/ DOPE, MOTOGRATER, TWISTED METHOD)

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