"I don't think it will take an unnaturally long time for us to get guys together, but it's time to take a breather and ground out a little bit ... I think everybody is looking forward to putting their feet up for a little while and having some normalcy." Frontman Brandon Flowers has already revealed that he's planning to make another solo album and Vannucci is hoping to record a follow-up to his 2011 album "Big Talk," adding, "I think I want to make another record. I'm already starting it. I like to keep moving. I love that notion of momentum. I think some of the guys are just going to chill out, keep writing probably, make sure to...
Moving Mountains will be playing three shows this fall to celebrate the release of their self-titled record. The band says in a statement, which is in the replies, these will likely be the last shows they play together for a while as they will be pursuing other musical projects for the foreseeable future. Caravela, This Old Ghost and Field Mouse will be along for support.
After five years as a band, With The Punches are going on a hiatus. The band has announced four last tour dates that you can find in the replies.
After 5 years, 2 EP's, 1 LP, 3 Continents, 4 Vehicles, and a few hundred shows, With The Punches is sad to announce that we will be going on hiatus for a while. We would like to thank everyone who ever took the time to listen to our band, everyone who supported us in any way, and those of you who went above and beyond and helped us keep it together at times where falling apart could have so easilly happened. We will be doing a run of last shows in August (the dates of which are listed below) in which we will be playing as many of our songs as...
The Sleeping has announced an "indefinite hiatus." The Long Island-based rock band released five albums, toured the world countless times over, appeared in multiple video games, and made many fans on this website. Head to the replies to read a statement from the band. We wish them the best in their future projects.
Ellington have announced their intention of going on an indefinite hiatus. Lead vocalist, Jake Bosci has subsequently formed a new project called The Decoration. They're currently recording a debut EP with Matt Malpass in Atlanta which is tentatively scheduled for release later this fall.
According to this blog, Trophy Scars will be going on hiatus. No word on what will happen with Bad Luck, which was set to be released this year. You can see the entire message from the band in the replies.