Former ALL ENDS Singer EMMA GELOTTE Resurfaces In THE AWARE; Debut EP Out Now

Former ALL ENDS Singer EMMA GELOTTE Resurfaces In THE AWARE; Debut EP Out Now

Former ALL ENDS singer Emma Gelotte — sister of IN FLAMES guitarist Björn Gelotte — has joined forces with guitarist Ulf Larsson in a new project called THE AWARE.

THE AWARE has just released its debut EP, "Alive", via iTunes.

The track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Alive
02. Not Worthy
03. Lost Within
04. You're Gone

Gelotte quit ALL ENDS in 2009 following the release of the band's debut album. She was later replaced by Jonna Sailon.

ALL ENDS drummer Joseph "Joey" Skansås told Metal Shock Finland in a 2010 interview that Emma's exit from the band came about naturally. "One night, Emma called me and we had a long, good talk of three hours," he explained. "She told me that she [didn't] feel to go on, because she want[ed] other things in life, a family, kids and a calm life in the countryside. All of the band members were agreed and understood her choice."

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