News•September 10, 2008 7:44 PM ET•5,659 views
The Red Death calls it quits
New York metal band The Red Death is breaking up. Here's a statement from the group: "So we're calling it a day and hanging up the Red Death. It's been a fun ride and our thanks go out to Metal Blade Records for giving us the first opportunity to bring our music to a larger audience, Siege of Amida and Ferret Music for doing all the leg work on the release of 'Godmakers,' the past members of this entity for their contributions, and everyone out there across the US that put us up, fed us drinks or joints, put on a show, put a tour together, or bought some merch. The past six years have been incredibly memorable. "We're all onto different projects and pursuits with Aaron being involved with recording at Moresound Studios in Syracuse, NY and totally ripping at the controls. Paul's doing vocals for the next Devil His Due record, Graham's jamming with Freya, Mark's involved with his video editing and recording projects and looking for a band to jam with, and Jordan's gonna be chillin like a dude for a while and looking to jam as well. "Stay fuckin' vital and live your damn life." The following final shows have been booked thus far: 9/13 Binghamton, NY @ Voodoo Lounge w/ The Adept, Product of Hostility 9/27 Watertown, NY @ Velocity Fun Center (Super Gnarly Fest) 10/31 Bath, NY @ The Little Pickle
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