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Subversion: hiatus announced

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Subversion have announced on their Facebook page that they have decided to go on hiatus for an indefinite term. They write: "We regret to announce that we are in a state of hiatus for the time being. However please keep supporting the band by checking out our songs and spreading the word. More details will be coming soon." Recently the band was announced to be performing at UK Tech Metal Fest.

Read the announcement on Facebook.

Fall In Archaea: hiatus announced, Canadian tour dates

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Fall In Archaea have announced that they will be going on hiatus for an "[...]undetermined amount of time[...]" on their Facebook page. In addition to the announcement they have confirmed that their last live concerts will take place as a part of the Mosh Or Sink Van Isle Tour 2011:

  • Dec 16 - Duncan, BC, Canada.
  • Dec 17 - Victoria, BC, Canada.
  • Dec 18 - Nanaimo, BC, Canada.
  • Dec 20 - Port Alberni, BC, Canada.

Read the full announcement on Facebook.

Red Seas Fire: tour and hiatus announcement video

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Red Seas Fire have posted an update video to their YouTube channel. Watch it below. In it, guitarist Peter Graves announces that the band will be touring UK together with As Gods, starting at the end of this month. He has also announced that the band will be on hiatus until around March 2012 at the earliest, due to guitarist Nolly Getgood going to the US helping producing the next Periphery album, among other things.

Rooks on indefinite hiatus

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Rooks have announced on their Facebook page that they are on indefinite hiatus. No reason for this decision was given, but the band have indicated that it is not permanent: "We are not broken up. This will just be a break until the situation stabilizes." They released their EP 'Infinite II' in June this year.

Read the announcement on Facebook.

The Arusha Accord announce hiatus

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The Arusha Accord have announced on Facebook that they will be taking a long break after their gig at Brutal Assault 2010. The band have estimated that they will be on hiatus for roughly 3 years. Despite this, they have started writing their next album. Their debut album 'The Echo Verses' took 4 years to complete.

Read the announcement on Facebook.

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