Posted by Imperator on 3rd December, 2012 @ 00:00 UTCBy Imperator on 03-12-2012 @ 00:00 UTC

Shortly after releasing their debut album, "Erotik Nekrosis", Norwegian Black Metal band Endezzma have made a video for the song "Junkyard Oblivion" which is now streaming online.

New Endezzma video online
New Endezzma video online

Norwegian Black Metal band Endezzma recently released their debut full length album, titled Erotik Nekrosis. The band has made a music video for the first track on the album, "Junkyard Oblivion", and it is available on their official YouTube channel:

 


The video was produced by the Effektor film company, although it was directed and edited by the band themselves. It is dedicated to Trondr Nefas, of Urgehal fame, who passed away earlier this year.

The complete tracklist for Endezzma's new album is as follows:


  1. Junkyard Oblivion
  2. Enigma of the Sullen
  3. Against Them All
  4. Swansong of a Giant
  5. Hollow
  6. Krossing Rubikon
  7. Soulcleansing



Last edited by Imperator on 5th March, 2021 @ 11:14 UTC
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