Book of Job
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U.K. outfit Book Of Job has issued the following announcement about deciding to call it a day:
"Dear friends, the time has come to let you all know that we have decided to end Book of job. After nearly 7 years of existence as a band we feel that it is unfortunately time to call it a day.
"Thank you to everyone that has supported us, from the times we played nightclubs at the age of 15 to when we had a full page spread in Kerrang Magazine.
"We will all carry on to create music and we encourage you all to do the same, keep underground music alive. 'Its called a leap of faith for a reason.' Thank you for everything.
"P.S. We are looking into setting up one final show..." More...
Book of Job has posted the following announcement online about parting ways with bassist Chris Norris:
"Unfortunately, Chris has decided to part ways with BOJ. We would like to thank Chris for all of his hard work and dedication over the past year as our bassist, we wish him the best of luck on his future projects! We have a new bass player in the works, we will announce who is taking over very soon!" More...
After posting the song "Madness is Murder" online, Book of Job has now released a music video for "3 Hours." The video features road footage show by Sy Stanford (Connive Photography) and can be viewed below.
"3 Hours" comes off the band's debut album "Hamartia," which is out now. "Hamartia" can be purchased digitally via iTunes here.
Leeds, England based act Book of Job has posted the song "Madness is Murder" online for streaming, which can be heard in the YouTube player available below. The track is taken from Book of Job's debut album "Hamartia," released through Wormholedeath Records and Aural Music Group. For more info on Book of Job, head over to the band's Facebook profile.