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Cvltvs Mortem Issues Band Activity Update

Cvltvs Mortem, formerly known as Sonic Devastation, has issued the following update about the band's status:

"Life can throw curve balls at you, I'm very well acquainted with them as I write this note. My life has changed a great deal since my wife passed away in February of 2010 and others' lives in this band are different than a few years ago as well. We dove hard into several shows in the last few months and have had fun doing them, but I personally realize the impact of the performances on my own priorities as of lately. A single show can be a back-breaking and financial stress to make happen, ask any promoter or independent band out there. I am now a single father to further complicate my ability to make time away for performances.

"The bottom line is that as of this time Cvltvs Mortem is still a band and together, but with a different agenda. We still have a show on our itinerary alongside Arsenic Addiction in Salt Lake City on August 27th which we still intend to perform. However, consider it a 'farewell performance' for the time being. We collectively enjoy the creation and recording of our brand of blackened death metal and plans are to continue to do so. Shows have been increasingly straining on personal schedules and financial abilities, so we shall bow out of that routine and get back to what's more pleasing to us and accommodating to our personal lives/schedules. On the other hand, there may be special occasions that we re-emerge for once in a great while.

"Continue to expect great things from this band, we're not throwing in the towel....just taking a different path with the metal that courses through our veins. I personally thank everyone that has enjoyed our endeavor over the years, it's been a pleasure and an honor to have you all enjoy this madness with us!"

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