With new EP Endgame on the horizon, Blood of the Martyrs has released the second single, “Dr. Killinger,” from the work. The seven-song release drops on Feb. 26, with the band previously releasing the single “The Devil’s Grip.” Bassist Bobby Huotari spoke about the release via press release:

“With this CD we really strived to step out of our comfort zone and progress as musicians. We are very happy with how everything turned out and wrote this album with the hopes that we can reflect back on it years down the road and still be proud of it.”

Endgame is the follow up to 2013’s Completionist and is produced by Andreas Magnusson (Haste the Day, Impending Doom). If you like the sound, you can preorder the release through iTunes or grab an old school physical copy.

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