NewsSeptember 27, 2006 11:16 AM ET5,099 views

The Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower breaking up

San Diego's The Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower has announced their impending break-up. Following a fall tour, the group will permanently disband. Additionally, a seven-song mini LP, "Saviours & Suckers," will be released posthumously by Three One G. The group has issued the following statement: "Over the course of the last five years we have accomplished and exceeded every goal we had set out to accomplish. We saw the world, and in the process made half of it fall in love with us and the other half wish us dead. We released records that will surely be regarded as classics in the years to come. We made life long friends in faraway places. Perhaps most importantly, four best friends watched each other grow from boys to men." Formed in 2001, the group has previously released material with Happy Couples Never Last Records and Revelation Records, among others.



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