ENDO Confirmed For 94.9 ZETA'S BONZAI

Florida's ENDO have been confirmed for this year's 94.9 Zeta's Bonzaion April 25 at Bicentennial Park in Miami. Also set to appear are GODSMACK, SALIVA, POWERMAN 5000, and STONE SOUR, among others. In other news, ENDO's forthcoming sophomore effort, "Songs For The Restless", has been pushed back to a mid-to-late June release in order to coincide with the band's appearance at this year's Ozzfest.

Also on the ENDO front, the band have issued the following message in support of the U.S. troops fighting in the Persian Gulf:

"You have our undying gratitude for your sacrafise [sic] in protecting and securing the freedoms of the American people. Be safe, be careful, and be vigilant. Our prayers go out to you and your families. Whether or not people believe in this war, as Americans we still respect you as patriots and pray for your safe return! Thank you!"


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