ENDO Decide On Album Title (Again)

December 24, 2002

Miami, Florida's ENDO have finally settled upon "Songs For The Restless" as the title for their sophomore effort, tentatively due in March through DV8/Columbia Records.

"We have an art concept and ideas that fit the title perfectly," the band explained. "We mulled through a few titles that might have suggested the same idea, but none that rolled off the tongue as nicely. So, that's the title, and we are still looking at a mid-end of March release."

As previously reported, a brand new ENDO track, titled "Simple Lies", has been added to the soundtrack of the upcoming "Daredevil" movie. The song will also be featured in the background of one of the scenes in the film.

The "Daredevil" soundtrack is due on Feb. 4, 2003 through Wind-Up Records, while the movie itself is expected to receive a theatrical release on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14).

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