END OF SEPTEMBER: NEW TRACK POSTED ONLINE

The Swedish female fronted melodic metal band END OF SEPTEMBER have uploaded the track “Waiting for the rain” on YouTube. “Waiting for the rain” comes off their self-titled debut album that was released in Europe on May 11th and North America on May 22nd through Ulterium Records.

Link to the video; http://youtu.be/757fSyrT-OA

Up-coming End of September shows;
August 10th: Frizon Festival – Örebro, Sweden
August 24th: Youth Celebration Festival –  Keuruu, Finland
December 7-8th: Christmas Rock Night – Ennepetal, Germany

END OF SEPTEMBER is definitely one of the most promising bands from Scandinavia at the moment. This young band shows with their debut album that they know how to create fantastic, memorable songs, and perform them to perfection. They have also been able to successfully create a mix between melodic metal and more modern metal that not many bands have.

With the well-crafted and intelligent song-writing of Erik Tordsson and the smooth and emotional vocals of Elin Redin, End of September is a force to be reckoned with during the coming years. The band is hungry to hit the stages around the world, and are destined to make it.

End of September online:
Website: www.endofseptember.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/endofseptember

Ulterium Records
www.ulterium-records.com

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