ENDSTILLE Drummer's Side Project To Release Debut

OVERDRIVE SENSATION, the side project of ENDSTILLE drummer Mayhemic Destructor, will release its self-titled debut album on May 15 via Rude Records. According to the band, the CD contains "10 tracks of dirty old-school blues/boogie rock 'n' roll in the vein of the golden age of rock'n'roll (1955-1975). The music is a homage to the days, when musicians put their heart and soul into every single song to make every single second an experience for the audience. These days many artists tend to put everything they are capable of into their music thinking that the more they 'blow it up’ the more attention they will get. But the real deal is to give every song exactly what it needs."

Three songs from the album are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

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