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Dismal Tide, Formerly Dahlgren Prophecy, Calls it Quits

Having recenlty changed their name from Dahlgren Prophecy, the Frederick, Maryland band Dismal Tide has decided to call it quits. Here's a statement from the band:

"It is with a heavy heart that we offer the following news. After over two and a half years, Dismal Tide, or as many of you have known us Dahlgren Prophecy, has decided to call it quits. There is no ill will or animosity amongst us, we have just decided that it is time for everybody to move on. The conflicting schedules of everybody in the band have proven it difficult for us to dedicate the time and effort to this project that we feel it would truly deserve to accomplish what we originally set out to do. We will always look upon the past few years with fond memories, we've managed to play some amazing shows, meet some incredible bands, been lucky enough to have some of the best fans a band could hope for, and even managed to sneak a few free beers out of the deal. We'd like to thank all of you who have shown your support to us over the years, and we'll miss working with the people we've managed to work with in this project. Most of all, we'd like to send our love and respect to all the band members that we have worked with in the past, including Chris "Bingo" Wilson, Charles "Chuck" Johnson, and Tommy Mott.

"Look for new projects from all of us in the near future, you can currently catch Cliff Rehder in Solar Powered Sun Destroyer and look forward to hearing new material from Buddy Buel's old band Horror of Horrors. We leave you all with these words, fuck old women, kill your family, eat the dog, start suicide cults, engage in angry sex on a regular basis, huff the fumes from your piss and shit to get high, and take to heart all the other life's lessons that we have tried to instill in you through our music."

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