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The Dangerous Summer Officially Break Up

The departure of AJ Perdomo over the weekend left many wondering whether or not The Dangerous Summer would remain together. Today we learned the answer is, sadly, no.

Writing to fans and recognizing that it is indeed April Fools’ Day, the remaining members of The Dangerous Summer posted a message across social networks this afternoon explaining that the group has indeed decided to call it quits. Their letter to fans reads:

Dearest Fans,

To keep you all informed (accurately and unbiased) we are here to let you all know what the real deal is with TDS. Yes we are no

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Heights Officially Call It Quits

After five years of being a band, the metalcore group known as Heights have called it quits. The band states that some of them have simply lost their passion, and without that they can’t function as a group. They are all still friends though, and have every intention of scheduling some farewell tour dates. You can read the band’s entire statement from them below. As a parting gift to fans, the band put together a short video titled “Peace,” which shows some clips of the band on tour and performing live. That video is also available below the jump.

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City Lights Call It Quits

City Lights have been together since 2008, and they’ve released two full length albums in that time. One of which, was released this past December. It’s a rather short time for a band to be together, but it appears as though that’s long enough for the group as they have announced their plans to break up.

Though the group did no go into detail about their decision, they did indicate it was time for them to take different opportunities. It seems that a few of them still want to make music, and the others want to focus on working behind …

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Randy Blythe Confirms Lamb Of God Is Going On Hiatus

“This has been a pretty wild ride…

This is one of those news stories you see coming from a mile away, but still hope you never have to write.

There have been rumors circulating throughout the metal community for several weeks that Lamb Of God would be taking an extended break following the end of their current tour cycle. That run ended just a few days ago, and now frontman Randy Blythe has offered some insight on what the future holds in store for himself and the rest of LoG.

Taking to Instagram of all places, Blythe shared a …

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Anberlin To Disband: Band Plans Final Album And Tour For 2014

2014 will be the year we say goodbye to Anberlin.

In an announcement released through the band’s various networks this afternoon, the members of Anberlin announced that 2014 will be the last year they record and tour together. A message written to fans reads:

“In 2014 we’re going to release our final record and tour the world one more time. We don’t want to fade out. We want to end with hugs and celebrate the life that was Anberlin and not be bummed about us ending.”

A video released along with the announcement can be found below.

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The Seeking Call It Quits

Yesterday the Christian alt rock outfit known as The Seeking announced that they would be parting ways as a band. They stated the reason for the breakup is the fact that too many members have left for the remaining members to be able to keep it together. This isn’t they end for these guys though, and they’ve promised to continue working on music. You can read their entire statement by taking a look below.

Be sure to hit them up on Facebook to stay up to date on any future endeavors any of the members decide to embark on.…

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Love Out Loud Break Up

After spending the last few years rising through the ranks of underground pop rock the members of Love Out Loud have announced plans to go their separate ways.

Taking to their Facebook shortly after the start of the new year, members of Love Out Loud broke news of their decision to split up with fans through an open letter that focused on the possibilities presented by 2014. You can read their letter, in full, below:

2014 will be a new chapter in our lives. Love Out Loud has officially decided to break up. After five years, we are so happy

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REST IN PEACE: The Gay Blades

This is the most depressing post I have written in 2013. Not only does it bum me out, but it completely caught me and the rest of the staff off guard.

It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we must report New York rock outfit The Gay Blades have officially called it quits.

Taking to their social networks after months of silence, the members of The Gay Blades released a message to fans this evening announcing their plans to go their separate ways:

“Been quiet for a long time, but in order to truly focus on new things,

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Thick As Blood Are Calling It Quits In 2014

According to a new story on Lambgoat, Thick As Blood will be calling it quits following a few final performances in early 2014. No official announcement has been made yet, but the band is expected to release a statement in the near future. Tour dates may or may not be released at the same time. We will keep you updated as this story continues to progress.

Thick As Blood originally formed in 2004. They released two albums with Eulogy Recordings (2007′s Moment of Truth and 2009′s Embrace) before signing with Rise Records in 2012. Their latest release, Living

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ALBUM STREAM: Let Me Run Release ‘A Salesman’s Life’

Let Me Run have released their new album, A Salesman’s Life, along with the announcement that they’ll be calling it quits.

“Thank you to everyone and anyone who has supported this band. We’ve met some amazing people along the way and it means the world to our little band that anyone has cared,” the band wrote on Facebook.

A Salesman’s Life is the follow up to the band’s 2012 effort, MAD/SAD, and is comprised of nine tracks including two brand new songs, a couple of b-sides from MAD/SAD and a selection of acoustic jams the 2012 release …

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Rest In Peace: Junior Doctor

In a shocking turn of pop rock events, Junior Doctor have announced they are calling it quits after eight years of making music.

Writing to fans in an open letter released via social networks shortly after 1:30PM (EST) this afternoon, Junior Doctor drummer Jarrod Kearney informed fans of the group’s decision to disband with heartfelt sincerity. He recounted the last year of the band’s existence together, and then revealed how and fellow remaining member Mark Hartman have begun to desire different things out of life. You can read the letter, in full, below:

Dear Patients,

I have an announcement to

The Chariot 2013 Feature

EDITORIAL: This is a Celebration – Some Parting Thoughts on a Band Called The Chariot

Call it weird, but there was always this part of me that had known deep down inside that One Wing would be The Chariot’s final album. Yes, this Douglasville-based act had already released four prior albums as well as a label-released demo EP [talk about an oxymoron], but it wasn’t until that summer in 2012 that it felt like they had come out of the studio with something that sounded complete.

“Complete” doesn’t exactly have to mean polished, and complete doesn’t have to mean perfect. I mean, what does “perfect” mean in the world of music anyway? I’m talking …