ENDWELL: New Demo Track Posted Online

Queens, New York-based hardcore act ENDWELL has posted a new demo track, entitled "Revenge is a Healthy Motive", on its MySpace page. The song is the projected title cut of the band's forthcoming album, due later in the year via Victory Records. According to the group, "there is a whole lot more influence on this record from the bands weve toured with, the people who have turned their backs on us… the people who have stood by us through thick and thin and never gave up on us. We're writing this record for ourselves and for people who want something a little different. The past few years have undoubtedly put a damper on the music industry and musical integrity to say the least... This is our chance to take it back."

Other songtitles set to appear on "Revenge is a Healthy Motive" include "Sympathy for all Sufferers", "The Gospel of Giving Up", "Shin Splints" and "Everything is Subject to Change".

ENDWELL's full-length debut, "Homeland Insecurity", came out in 2006 on Victory Records.


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