News•February 10, 2012 12:30 PM ET•9,054 views
Suffer Well (Bleeding Through, etc.) disbands
Roughly a year after signing with Century Media Records, Southern California's Suffer Well has disbanded (sort of). Notably, the group featured Brandan Schieppati of Bleeding Through and Mick Kenney of Anaal Nathrakh. Schieppati had the following to say: "My musical project Suffer Well has disbanded. Kind of a long story but I have started something new called Sorrows. Please show your support and go 'like' Sorrows. We are going to self release the music, print our own merch and book our own shows. Basically do everything ourselves. Some music will follow soon." This is slightly confusing, as Suffer Well was originally known as Sorrows. We're not sure how closely the two band lineups parallel each other. This is likely a move to extract themselves from contractual obligations to Century Media. Regardless, the following was issued by the Suffer Well camp earlier today: "To everyone who keeps asking us where they can buy our record... you cant buy it, it's not being released! Please download it and share it with all your friends! Just buy the Sorrows album when that comes out :) Thanks for the support!"
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