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Category Archives: Splits

Capture the Crown appear to have broken up

Posted by on March 14, 2017

While there’s no official word on what’s going on with Australian metalcore band Capture the Crown, from everything they’ve put out on social media, they appear to have broken up after seven years as a band. Their Facebook page reads RIP TCT. While the band hadn’t released an album since 2014’s Reign of Terror, they did […]

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Hail of Bullets calls it quits

Posted by on March 14, 2017

Roughly one decade and three full-length studio albums in, Dutch death metallers Hail of Bullets have called it quits. Things haven’t been going too well for the group since vocalist Martin Van Drunen (Pestilence, Asphyx) parted ways with them back in 2015. The band was seen at last year’s Maryland Deathfest with Benediction and Bolt […]

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Musician claims to be one of Ghost’s former Nameless Ghouls

Posted by on March 2, 2017

The rumors have been swirling since last week that Ghost is a ghost town lately, with Papa Emeritus the only original member. Then a sole member of the band showed up to accept a Swedish Grammy, which didn’t do anything to dispel the rumor. Now, Martin Persner, a Swedish guitarist, is claiming that he’s an […]

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Ne Obliviscaris address firing bassist over domestic violence allegations

Posted by on February 6, 2017

Last week, we addressed the firing of Australian prog metal band Ne Obliviscaris bassist Brendan ‘Cygnus’ Brown. At the time, there were allegations that he’d been let go after domestic violence instances, something the band didn’t initially comment on. Over the weekend, however, they broke their silence on the issue, both releasing a statement on […]

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Xerath break up with Regrets

Posted by on February 1, 2017

Xerath were a pretty awesome interesting band over the course of three albums. We say “were” because as of today, the band have broken up. Unlike most symphonic metal bands, they weren’t cheesy. At no point in any time were you in danger of hearing a lute. They were more like Dream Theater and Devin Townsend […]

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