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U.K. metal / hardcore band Demoraliser has checked in with the following statement to fans about deciding to call it quits:
"Many of you may have noticed that Demoraliser has been inactive over the past few months. Unfortunately we have decided to call it a day. We cannot dedicate 100% of our time to the band anymore and feel it is best to wrap things up rather than let them linger any longer.
"We’d like to thank everybody who has given us their support over the years. Our biggest thinks go to Paul Towers, Kieran Murphy, Anthony Mortimer, Jamie Graham & Graham Clews. Shout outs to Malevolence, Martyr Defiled, Desolated, Heart In Hand, Napoleon, Lock & Key, Dead Hearts, Bury Tomorrow and Liferuiner.
"We have no plans for a last show at the moment. If this is something people would be interested in, we can discuss making this happen in the future. Seeing as we’re calling it quits, here’s a tune that was never going to see the light of day. Enjoy!" More...
Just For Fun
Drummer Mat Ombler from U.K. metal band Demoraliser runs a Facebook page titled Video Game Drum Covers and today he's released a cover of the epic Final Fantasy X battle theme. Get your nostalgia on through the clip below.
U.K. outfit Demoraliser has issued the following announcement about canceling the band's upcoming live shows:
"The rest of our tour dates with Dead Harts have unfortunately been cancelled. This is out of our hands and we apologize to anyone who was looking forward to seeing us both. We will both try and make it back next year." More...
Demoraliser has released a new video clip for "Reap What You Sow," which was filmed at Download festival 2013. The music video is available below.
"Reap What You Sew" comes off the band's debut album "A Living Nightmare," available now through Siege Of Amida Records.
Demoraliser's debut "A Living Nightmare" is out now via Siege of Amida, and Metal Hammer has now premiered a music video for "The House Always Wins." Check out the video clip in the player available below.