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Disigma Calling It Quits, Announces Final Song Release

Cody Golob from Disigma has issued the following announcement online via Facebook about the band deciding to call it quits:

"Good news and bad news.

"We've put a lot of effort into this project and will always love and appreciate everyone who gave us a listen starting all the way back from Colonies to the self-titled EP.

"We will unfortunately not be doing the split with our buddies in Prime Meridian due to some circumstances we cannot fix and will not be continuing as a band. This project has made both of us as happy as we have ever been at times and wouldn't ever take back the time, money, and feelings we put into everything we have released.

"That being said, we will be releasing one last song called 'Ghost Forgive Me' in the next month or so after we finishing up mastering and mixing the track. I personally cannot thank the 1,950 of you for giving us a chance and felt the vibes we created through our music to represent our feelings and beliefs in the most outward fashion.

"After we release our last track, we would appreciate it if you guys could take the time and check out Josh's upcoming band called Ashfield which has a really cool This Will Destroy You sound to it.

"I also have a band in the making called The Drowned God which has a heavy post metal/experimental sound to it which WILL be playing shows locally in the Philly area. This is something I've wanted in a band for a long time and am determined to make happen. We will be posting our pages and music on here as well as our personal pages when we release these. Thank you guys again."

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