ENDSTILLE Complete Work On New Album

German black metallers ENDSTILLE have finalized the track listing for their fourth full-length album, "Navigator", tentatively due on August 1 via Twilight-Vertrieb. The follow-up to last year's "Dominanz" was recorded at JAKs-Hell studio and will contain 10 tracks with a running time of 43 minutes.

"Navigator" track listing:

01. Ortungssignal
02. I Bless You... God
03. Navigator
04. Above the Vault of Heaven
05. Bastard
06. Monotonus II
07. Nameless
08. Let There Be Heaven
09. Disillusioned Victory
10. Endstille (Leichnam)

"Navigator" will be released as a regular CD as well as a limited-edition digipack.

Upcoming ENDSTILLE shows:

Jul. 15-16 - Spital am Semmering, AUT @ Kaltenbach Open Air
Aug. 04-06 – Wacken, GER @ Wacken Open Air
Aug. 18-20 - Abtsgmünd/Baden-Württemberg, GER @ Summer Breeze
Sep. 17 – Osnabrück, GER @ Burningstage Festival
Dec. 27 – Paderborn, GER @ Dark December Festival


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