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Year Of Desolation on hiatus

Saturday, November 22, 2008 10:46 PM PT
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The future of Indianapolis metal band Year Of Desolation is apparently in some doubt, as the group hasn't even practiced together in over six months. Here's an update from guitar player John Hehman:

"Year of Desolation has been around since 2001... we've had some rough spots (constant drummer issues) and some amazing spots (touring with Dying fetus, Cephalic Carnage, Incantation etc.). This appears to be the latter. To be honest, I don't even know where to begin, so I'll tell you what i know...

"The music for almost 14 new songs have been written towards another record. Whether or not it happens is up in the air. After we 'fullfilled' OUR end of the contract with Prosthetic [Records], we've been searching for a new home. And during this time things have changed. People have gotten 'real' jobs, people haven't spoken in months, and some people have just 'vanished' into thin air. All 5 of us haven't been in the same room since March of this year. Practices have been brought up numerous times, but everyone's schedule is conflicting. This blog is not about airing any dirty laundry of any sort. This is a blog that we felt you, the fans, deserved.

"I'm not saying Year of Desolation is dead, but in the current state of things, we (as a whole) are definitely MIA. I can say that we don't want to leave you guys hanging and we'll 100% figure out something soon. Until then, support metal and stay true to what you believe in."


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