"some music was meant to stay underground..."

Harmony Disorder

From: United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Harmony Disorder News

Below is our complete Harmony Disorder news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Harmony Disorder Breaking Up

U.K. group Harmony Disorder just issued this announcement online about deciding to officially call it a day:

"This has been a long time coming but here goes. I'm sure it won't come as a shock to anyone to hear that Harmony Disorder is no more.

"There are a lot of contributing factors that have caused this but aside from not being able to find a new drummer, family problems, work commitments, general adult commitments and money troubles... we simply don't have it in us to pick ourselves up anymore.

"When we had to find a replacement guitarist, we fell down, found Mike and picked ourselves back up. Then we lost Pete, the founding drummer. We fell down, found PJ and picked ourselves back up. Then we lost Jack, fell down hard, found Mikki, picked ourselves up and carried on. Then we lost PJ, fell down and stayed down. We certainly tried to replace him and stay on the gig circuit, even recording new material to stay fresh but its time to admit defeat and lay this to rest.

"New members' musical projects will be posted for anyone that's interested. Cole has been in a new band since January, so will be playing shows this Summer under a brand new name so look out for that.

"Thank you to everyone we shared a stage with. Thank you for great vibes, memories and well wishes while on the road, for feeding us and giving us places to sleep. For playing our music, buying our shirts and CDs. We met a lot of friends on this journey and that you will remain.

"To the bands that carry on the struggle while staying true and avoiding the egos, this ones for you. Lastly, a big thank you to Pete, Jack and PJ for the sacrifices you made for the band.

"Cole, Mike, Mikki and Mark. TRUE HEART, TRUE SOUL. Harmony Disorder 2012 - 2016." More...

Read more...  |  0 Comments - Discuss

Harmony Disorder Cancels Upcoming Shows

U.K. band Harmony Disorder has issued the following announcement about canceling upcoming live shows:

"Unfortunately due to a pretty severe drummer injury, we're having to postpone all potential gigs for the next few coming weeks, which unfortunately includes our appearance at Metal Crowd Festival in Belarus.

"We've tried to make alternative arrangements but its simply impossible for us with a man down! Our next currently booked show is Rock Diabetes in Trowbridge in October!" More...

Read more...  |  0 Comments - Discuss

Harmony Disorder Reveals "Timequake" Release

U.K. outfit Harmony Disorder has checked in with the following announcement about releasing a new album:

"Our long awaited debut full-length, 'Timequake,' will be officially released on 23.11.13. It will be available physically and digitally worldwide.

"If you want to grab a copy before anybody else, then come down to the Swindon Alternative Festival at Basement73, Swindon this Saturday! After this date, all copies are available from any of us or at this location.

"Thank you to every single one of you that has supported us up until this point. Now we can show you what we're made of."

For more info on Harmony Disorder, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.

0 Comments - Discuss

Harmony Disorder Recruits New Drummer

Harmony Disorder has checked in with the following announcement about recruiting a new drummer:

"Thanks to everyone that caught us in London last night! We had an awesome time as always. You may have noticed a new face behind our drumkit so we'd like to take this opportunity to tell you guys about the end and start of a new chapter for Harmony Disorder.

"Unfortunately, Pete recently had to call it a day as drummer for Harmony Disorder. Pete was one of the original founding members of the band and helped bring us where we are today, every success we have had, we could not have done without him! Including over 30 shows, a European tour and the recording of Timequake.

"Unfortunately there comes a time in any up and coming band's life, where it can start to affect your every day life and in this case, Pete had to put his personal and family life first, the decision wasn't something he took lightly and we respect him for it greatly. We wish Pete every success in his future and he will always be a brother to us.

"This brings us on to our next chapter, where we're like to introduce PJ 'Fizyk' to the band as our new drummer. PJ is a highly skilled and impressive drummer, with deep death metal roots that will bring an exciting twist to our new material. PJ isn't new to the touring scene, as he has toured in previous bands, including being drum tech for Deicide!

"Please welcome him to our family when you see him playing with us at our last shows of 2013 at Swindon alt fest and the Grosvenor in London. This is a new beginning."

0 Comments - Discuss

Harmony Disorder Announces New Album

U.K. act Harmony Disorder has issued the following statement about the release of an upcoming album and new tour dates:

"We can officially announce the title of our debut album... TIMEQUAKE. While we can't give you a release date just yet, it will be coming very very soon.

"We really have put absolutely everything into writing this record and we seriously couldn't be happier and more proud with what we've achieved. It consists of everything we are and we can't wait to share that with you.

"So, a new album always needs to be toured, right? right! so we would also like to announce our 2013 Timequake European tour this August! where we will be joined by our friends in Memento Mori. Netherlands, Germany and Poland... we're coming for you!"

For more info on Harmony Disorder, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.

0 Comments - Discuss

Harmony Disorder Issues Recording Update

Swindon, U.K. based metal act Harmony Disorder is currently recording material for an upcoming release. The band has now checked in with the following update on the recording process:

"Studio update: 5 tracks are complete, 2 remain on bass and 4 for vocals! We will have finished recording by tomorrow afternoon. We can't wait for everyone to hear this record, it's heavy as fuck!"

The new album is expected to be released later this year. Harmony Disorder has also been posting photos from the studio, which can be found at the band's Facebook profile here.

0 Comments - Discuss