From: Susteren, Limburg , Netherlands
Last Known Status: Disbanded
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Dutch female fronted metal band, Morning, has announced that they have decided to call it quits.
The band comments, "2010 brought and will bring us very divergent feelings. We performed at some big sold out shows, shared the stage with Stream of Passion, Trail of Tears, Epica and Lacuna Coil, toured Albania and some very cool shows with ReVamp and Autumn are coming up. Next to that we are celebrating 10 years of having our band and passion Morning. On the other hand, after these 10 years we started thinking and talking about future plans and new challenges.
With heavy hearts, we have to tell you that we decided to quit. This has not been an easy decision to make and we have thought about this for quite some time. We concluded that we have reached the point where we should take new roads, but unfortunately also part our ways... As band members and even more as close friends, the last 10 years have been a blast, and we are very proud to have been part of this great experience called Morning."
"Since we want to give everyone the chance of saying goodbye, we will still play the confirmed shows and even add a final goodbye show, to celebrate 10 years of Morning and to end with a bang!"
Dutch female fronted metal band, Morning, have announced the signing to Snakebite Records and Renaissance Records for their new album, "Moments of Truth."
The band describes the deals, "For the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, Morning signed a deal with Snakebite Records (Mennen, Zinatra, Medea), who will release the album on the 3rd of September.'
"'Moments of Truth' will be released on the 16th of September by Renaissance Records (Die So Fluid, Skylark, La Ventura, RubyQ) in North- and South-America."
Dutch female-fronted metal band MORNING has posted a clip of a new song, "Fading vs. Waiting", on their MySpace page. The track comes off the group's upcoming sophomore album, "Moments of Truth", due later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined label. The follow-up to 2005's "Hour of Joy" (Black Lotus Records) was produced by Gail Liebling (GAIL OF GOD), who has previously worked with such bands as CALLENISH CIRCLE, CRUACHAN (as a producer), FEAR FACTORY and SYMPHONY X (as a sound engineer).
MORNING last fall announced the addition of drummer Jim van de Kerkhof (UPLIFTED, MORTON BLACK) to the group's ranks.
For more information, visit www.morning.nl.