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Montreal, QC – July 29, 2020
For fans of The Ghost Inside, Misery Signals, Trivium, Soilwork, Darkest Hour
Canada’s ENDAST Return After 5 Years With A Blistering New Single “Standby To Get Some”
Music Video Premiere via MetalInjection
Top L-R: Chris Arsenian (guitar), Pepe Poliquin (guitar\vocals) – Bottom L-R: James Arsenian (guitar). Ryan Miller (Bass)
Montreal’s Endast have been silent since 2015 after calling it quits and ending their decade long career. However, one of the silver linings of the global pandemic was the core members of the band reuniting organically and committing to release a new single. As vocalist James Arsenian puts it:
“My brother Chris presented me and the other boys in the band with the idea of writing a new Endast tune. We haven’t written music together in years, so we were all pretty stoked to put this together, even if we had to do it remotely and apart from each other. The result is a familiar sound with a newfound level of aggression. This is just the start”
The single “Standby To Get Some” is fresh, yet familiar; a track long time fans of the band will appreciate and one that will garner them new fans hanging out in every corner of the world. Starting with a somber melodic intro that breaks into classic Endast breakdowns, and gritty, aggressive vocals, Endast proves they can still bring it.
As one of Canada’s most prolific metalcore acts, Endast has toured the country extensively and recorded four full-length albums. Now they have returned with plans to release more singles and they are currently working on a music video for the single which will be released in the future.
For fans of The Ghost Inside, Misery Signals, and Trivium, Endast is grownup metalcore with no boundaries.
The music video for “Standby To Get Some” can be viewed via its premiere on MetalInjection HERE.
Band Line Up:
Big James Arsenian – Vocals
Chris Arsenian – Guitar
Pepe Poliquin – Guitar / Vocals
Ryan Miller – Bass
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Montreal based metalcore band Endast toured North America heavily in support of four full-length albums from 2004-2015 before calling it quits five years ago. With the world in a state of turmoil in 2020, the core members of the band found their way back to each other organically, seeking out the familiar. The result is new material that the band is excited to release and show the world that the men in Endast still know how to throw down.
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