Ten Year Scar
Last Known Status: Disbanded
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West Virginia hardcore/metal band Ten Year Scar has announced what will likely be their final show on April 17, 2009 at Almost Home at 8:00 pm. Also on the bill are T.W.F., Skulldrag, and Headshot Remedy.
The band comments:
"Come say goodbye to ol' rusticles before he moves to colorado...and get drunk and throw down like old timezzzz!"
West Virginia metal/hardcore band Ten Year Scar has announced that they are breaking up. Here's the announcement from the band:
"We will be parting ways as a band. we know, it sucks!! Travis has a family member in ill health, and he wants to take some time away from music to focus on his family and other things.
"This was an amicable decision, it goes without saying we support Travis fully, he is a friend and brother to all of us. You will see some of us out on the scene, playing music and feeding the fire as usual. Whatever happens to the individual members of TYS, we are 100% supportive of each other in our creative endeavors.
"Our last show will be July 26 at Cookies here in good ol' Martinsburg, with Admiral Browning, TWF and Live to Die. Please come out and support us, and three ass-kicking, mind-blowing bands.
"Our other dates at Cookies, August 23 and September 27, have been given to our friends to take over. Please go out to these shows and support our buddies and brothers. August 23 will feature Vox Populi, Admiral Browning and Stifling. September 27, TWF and a few other bands will be kicking your ass.
"Please continue to support the local music scene!
"Thank you for all of your support, and love. We have made so many incredible friends in the past 4 years, and had some amazingly fun times together."
On Saturday, March 22, 2008 I made a point to get out to the best (if not only) local Frederick, Maryland metal venue, Krug's Place, to catch a local show. My main incentive to go was to see two bands I'd already seen there and enjoyed: Live to Die and Fallen Martyr. Of course, I was interested in checking out the new bands as well, and happy to get out to see some live metal and not have to drive an hour or more to do so. More...