Sleepinghouse Records is having a 50% off sale and our e.p. and t-shirts are now on sale for super cheap.
Grab yourself something!
endamori “doris” t-shirt $5 bucks!
endamori e.p. CD – $3 ($2 off) includes tri-fold insert with lyrics, sticker, and button.
includes tri-fold insert with lyrics, artwork and sticker.
$7 shipped in U.S.
$8.50 shipped international.
the reviews are in:
this is from “borderline fucked up” (translated from german):
“Endamori – “s / t” EP (Sleepinghouse)
New project of Cease Upon the Capitol and Dolcim. And compared to the former, Endamori are much more diverse and ambitious. What comes out is one of these drives, which I pursued in the early rounds with great anticipation because you never know in this kind of music what happens next. Building blocks of ponderous, chaotic hardcore screamo and desperate encounter all sorts of quiet parts that serve to generate much excitement and atmosphere. Even the odd sample is allowed. In its entirety, I would describe Endamori as a mix of Battle of Wolf 359, Black Kites and the previous two bands. As far as I see it, the EP is a concept-designed to work and it shows. The individual pieces that are between one and a half to seven minutes flow, converge, and build to centralize on each other and above all one thing: the dark, menacing and mysterious mood. Shouting and instrumentation go hand in hand in their desolation and create in the end a more than successful, very consistent piece of music. For those who hold most hardcore / screamo for the uniformly and calculated, Endamori’s debut is an absolute must-have! 8/10″
from “elementary revolt”
“Endamori is a new band from Nashville, Tennessee featuring members of Cease Upon The Capitol, Dolcim, and Qui Sumus. Endamori play a progressive style of chaotic screamo and hardcore that’s influenced by the band’s previous outfits as well as bands such as Orchid, Wolves, Off Minor, and possibly Ampere. Endamori play this genre of music well and offer up a unique perspective that sets them apart from a lot of other band’s who play this genre of music. The band’s influences are subtle and Endamori’s sound is definitely hard to describe at times. If these six songs are any indication on what’s to come, then Endamori is definitely a band you need to have your radar on. Great stuff. Enjoy!”
stay tuned for tour information/cd release and more
3. ghost month
5. trading flesh for feathers
sleepinghouse records 2012
this e.p. is broken into 2 parts:
part 1: songs 1-3
part 2: songs 4-6
CD’s with artwork and lyrics june 2012