The UK rock band, Blitz Kids have called it quits. They have also cancelled their upcoming UK tour and will be scheduling a farewell tour.
I don’t want to talk in clichés or metaphor, so I’m just going to come straight out with it. It is with heavy hearts but heads held high that we must announce it is time for us to take our leave.
We have always said that we are friends, first and foremost, before a band. And it is as friends that we have reached this decision to end this incredible adventure that we started 8 years ago. Between then and now, this band has taken us to beautiful places that we’d never have experienced without it, and introduced us to people who we consider family and...
The UK emo act Crash of Rhinos, who released the excellent and overlooked Knots last year, have broken up. Knots is still up for "name your price" on their bandcamp and a repress of the vinyl is currently available through Topshelf Records, so grab it and realize what you've been missing out on.
It is with with regret we have to tell you all that Crash is no more. We've had some incredible times. Some of the best times, met some of the best people, played with some of the best bands. Thank you to to anyone who bought Distal and/or Knots, shared them, came to see us live, bought a shirt, or gave us a place to stay. You're the people that really made it work whilst it worked.
The Middle East have announced their decision to split after six years, one EP and a wonderful debut full-length that was released earlier in the year. The break-up will take effect immediately with their festival appearance at Splendour In The Grass being their last ever intimate gig.
City (Comma) State has announced the band is breaking up and several of the members have formed Stars In Stereo. The band is selling their EP on iTunes and Pulley and anyone who purchases it gets a t-shirt or hoodie for free. Read a statement in the replies.
Angel Eyes are calling it a day. A statement from the band can be read in the replies. On July 12, the band will be releasing their upcoming split with Beneath Oblivion on The Mylene Sheath, featuring one brand new track recorded exclusively for the new EP, and are also plan on releasing a new full length later this year.
You, Me, and Everyone We Know have gone on indefinite hiatus. Read statements from the band members in the replies. A new song, "Sad Bastard Music," from the band's final release, Things Are Really Weird Right Now, is streaming here.