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V:28 Call It Quits

Norwegian industrial black metallers V:28 have issued the following update:

"There’s been a few questions and speculations lately regarding the future of V:28, wether we will continue or not, so we thought an official statement would be in its right place about now. Even though it has been a relatively tough decision to make, we’ve decided to call it a day. There’s a number of reasons for why we chose to disband at this point, but most important is that we have fulfilled the work we set out to do. It’s always been about the trilogy, and the content of the trilogy is the very essence of V:28. It would be wrong to continue under the name V:28. We have done our very best in every task, and seen from our point of view, we have succeeded in making a trilogy based upon the end of the world with a different and unique approach. The VioLution album is how we see the peak of our creative output, and it feels pointless walking the same path over again now that we’ve already reached the end of it. However, it’s important to stress the fact that V:28 will be fully operational throughout 2008, doing concerts, interviews and promotional work regarding our releases, and we will announce our resignation in good time."

"We have been planning on releasing a remix CD for a while. This CD will feature a number of interesing artists' interpretation of a selection of the tracks from the whole trilogy. This will be a worthy end of the band and indeed a very interesting release. Expect a late autumn 2008 release."

Stay tuned for more details as they become available.

Source: BWBK

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