END MY SORROW: New Demo Track Available For Download
Danish goth-metal band END MY SORROW have uploaded a new demo track, entitled "Wither Away", at EndMySorrow.dk.
"We recorded three new tracks for the new demo this past weekend at studio ZigZound in Aarhus, and we think it sounds great!" the band write on their web site. "You have something to look forward to! We will upload the last two tracks as soon as we finish them. They still need Liv's vocals which we will record mid-June, and as soon as mixing/mastering is done upload the rest and start mail bombing every record company we can think of!"
END MY SORROW's third demo is the group's first to feature new vocalist Liv Stikling, who replaced Heidi Sørensen last summer. According to the band, the new demo will be "a little bit heavier" than their 2004 effort, "Once".
As previously reported, END MY SORROW are featured on the compilation album "Metal Ostentation VI", available now on Enclave Records. A total of 18 bands are featured on the effort, including SLAUGHTER OF SAINTS (Canada), DARK DECEPTION (Austria) and LOST EDEN (Japan).
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