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Norwegian Black Metal band Endezzma have just released their debut full length album, titled "Erotik Nekrosis".
Norwegian Black Metal band Endezzma have just released their debut full length studio recording, "Erotik Nekrosis" through Polish label Agonia Records. The release date for North America is scheduled for the 5th of February.
Leading up to the albums release, the band made the first track, "Junkyard Oblivion", available for streaming online at their official Soundcloud profile:
The complete tracklist for Erotik Nekrosis is as follows:
- Junkyard Oblivion
- Enigma of the Sullen
- Against Them All
- Swansong of a Giant
- Krossing Rubikon
You can buy the album here.
Endezzma was formed by Morten "Sorgar" Kaalhus in 2005, although the band can be considered a continuation of his previous Black Metal project, Dim Nagel, which only released one demo in 1994 before splitting up. The band's only other release to date is the "Alone" EP released in 2007.
Endezzma - Alone, the band's EP released in 2007, is available at Amazon.com.
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