From: Manchester, United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Disbanded
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U.K. act Allerjen has posted the following message online about calling it quits and lining up a final show:
"This is not easy to say, so here it goes..... After over 10 amazing years and many, many gigs up and down the UK, Allerjen are sad to announce that the band is calling it a day. The decision comes after much thought, many conversations and is certainly a mutual split, definitely not down to 'musical differences.'
"The most important thing about Allerjen has been the people and friendship, and that's how it'll stay! It's probably how we've outlasted most bands on the scene! Always best to leave on a high and nothing will ever top a Download Festival appearance to be honest, and was a day that none of us will ever forget.
"We do, of course, have many people/bands to thank for their help/support/friendship over the years so hold yer breath, here goes!
"All the love and support of our long suffering Allerjen widows over the years, our wives and girlfriends. The massive support of one guy since the beginning - Sir Luke Hayhurst Take a bow! The guys in Jusure/A Moment Lost, especially Louis Jeffries and Matt Matt Matt Matt Matt Jackson. The amazing Man Must Die. Kim Bell, thanks for all the support! All the chaps in Sevenyearsdead/Subhuman Race Pete, Jez, Nuno and G. Two of the greatest bands ever to grace the Metal scene, and very good friends The Inbreds and FourWayKill. Mike Hyslop and Stephen Lambert of the mighty Scumface. The Damnation Festival organisers, Jim Beerman and everyone involved with Beermageddon. The fans, the people who bought merch and gave us your hard earned money! And finally........Anyone we've missed, sorry, just anyone helped the Aller-train keep rollin'. Thank you! More...
U.K. metal act Allerjen has issued the following statement online about canceling tonight's previously scheduled live show:
"We have some bad news regarding tonight, we cannot perform tonight in Preston due to illness. Without going into the gory details, I've had a bad stomach virus and I'm nowhere near in a fit state to play tonight.
"The night is still going ahead, so please still support the night and have a good time without us! Sorry to all involved and hopefully we'll be able to re-arrange a date and come up soon."
You can also check out Allerjen's recently posted music video for "Achieving Equilibrium" over at this location.
U.K. death metal act Allerjen posted a new music video for the song "Achieving Equilibrium," which appears on the latest album "Equilibrium," the band's third full length effort. The release is available now through Brutal Elite Records.
The video, seen in the player below, was directed and edited by Alex Wilkinson:
EXTREME metallers GOREROTTED head up the latest batch of bands announced for the maiden Damnation Festival. The self proclaimed “obscene purveyors of gore and filth” join a powerful bill which boasts a ferocious mix of talent, from death to good old fashion power metal. The nasty looking six-piece will tear up the Satan-sponsored Music Box Stage with live favourites CONQUEST OF STEEL.
Goth fans are in for a treat with symphonic metallers MERCURY RAIN playing Damnation before setting off on a European tour with Therion and Tristania in November. And to make sure proceedings are opened in suitable style, Wakefield’s finest extreme five piece, NAILED, and death metal upstarts DAWN OF CHAOS will travel from the North East to share their hatred with the locals.
For those who prefer straight up, clean-cut, no-nonsense metal, the Jilly’s Stage will host a sterling line up which already sees two of the finest UK live acts PANIC CELL and FOURWAYKILL primed and ready.
The finest hardcore Manchester has to offer; ALLERJEN, will open the day, before making way for Essex’s sublime FOREVER NEVER, who will no doubt be gracing much bigger stages across the UK before long. More...