German black metallers ENDSTILLE have been confirmed as the support act for DARK FUNERAL and NAGLFAR on their upcoming European tour. The dates so far are as follows:
Feb. 24 - Klubben – Stockholm, SWE
Feb. 25 - KB - Malmö, SWE
Feb. 26 - Kåren - Gothenburg, SWE
Feb. 27 - John Dee – Oslo, NOR
Mar. 02 - Turok – Essen, GER
Mar. 03 - Burgerweeshuis – Deventer, NETH
Mar. 04 - Tor 3 – Georgsmarienhütte, GER
Mar. 05 - 013 – Tilburg, NETH
Mar. 07 - Planet Music – Vienna, AUT
Mar. 08 - Rockhouse - Salzburg, AUT
Mar. 09 - New Age – Treviso, ITA
Mar. 10 - Zero Circus – Florence, ITA
Mar. 11 - Rainbow - Milan, ITA
As previously reported, ENDSTILLE have just released a vinyl version of their fourth full-length album, "Navigator". The vinyl comes with alternate artwork, a poster and a sticker. This version is handnumbered and limited to 666 copies.
"Navigator" was released in August via Twilight-Vertrieb. The follow-up to last year's "Dominanz" was recorded at JAKs-Hell studio and contains 10 tracks with a running time of 43 minutes.
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