My Bitter End Calls It Quits
Middletown, New York band My Bitter End (Uprising Records) has broken up. Here's a statement from the group:
"It was five years, we had a great time. Thanks to anyone and everyone who supported us. We're unfortunately not going to be a part of the upcoming 'Unforgivable Tour' as we originally planned. There most likely won't be a farewell show either, since half the band now lives in Florida and the other still in New York. We have personally just grown apart and need to move on to other things. We want to thank Sean Muttaqi, Jon King, all at Uprising Records, and all the bands/people we've met along the way. It's been a pleasure, look for some of us in new projects."
The band previously went on hiatus in June and cancelled a number of tour dates later in the summer with hopes to participate in the "Unforgivable Tour" with Bloodjinn, The Classic Struggle, and The Demonstration this fall.
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