Enabler, one of the most impressive bands in recent memory have signed to Century Media Records. First on the agenda is the official European release of their album La Fin Absolue Du Monde, which was released last spring from The Compound/Creator-Destructor labels in the USA. The band has been touring tirelessly behind that release, including a cross country tour opening for EyeHateGod.
Of La Fin Absolue Du Monde, Ghost Cult’s Tim Ledin remarked in his review of the album and the band:
“The sheer energy that the Wisconsin threesome create in this newest release is what hardcore bands of today should be modeling themselves after. Enabler is able to create speedy, short songs and give a crossover thrash and d-beat feel but keep their hardcore roots in as well.”
“They got my goosebumps to grow goosebumps.”
From The Press Release:
Following the initial release of Enabler‘s acclaimed second LP, La Fin Absolue Du Monde — which hit the streets in May via an alliance between The Compound and Creator-Destructor — the album will now see an official European release through Century Media, as the band has officially signed with the label.
Issued Enabler‘s founding guitarist/vocalist Jeffrey Lohrber of the union with Century Media: “I couldn’t be happier for all of this to come together. We’ve had a lot of good people working behind us for years, friends who have lived through the blood, sweat, and tears with myself and the multitude of extremely talented musicians who have shared the stage playing in Enabler. Myself and the musicians who share this with me are going to take this to the next level. The best is yet to come.”
We at The Earsplit Compound are stoked to see our close allies in Enabler get hooked up with an amazing worldwide deal with a label like Century Media and can’t wait to see them remove many faces live and on record through the New Year.
While European fans await the Century Media reissue of the album, those based in North America can order La Fin Absolue Du Monde now, the first pressing of the LP version from The Compound available on black/white/Orange Crush splatter, limited to 250 copies, in a wide-spine, uncoated jacket with a digital download code included, the CD housed in a high-quality, six-panel digipak. Additionally, The Compound released Enabler‘s previous Flies EP, which is also still available on digipak CD (for a mere $5) and on limited import 12″ LP courtesy of a licensing deal with London’s Holy Roar Records. Order all physical versions of both releases HERE.
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