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Ludicra Officially Splits Up, Official Statement Made

While it was briefly mentioned in passing in a recent article, Ludicra has official split and offered this short statement on the matter:

"The door is officially closed on Ludicra. It was a great trip, but all things have their end. Alternative Tentacles was an early supporter of Ludicra, and we appreciate their faith and their help to achieve what we could with out little rock band. Thanks."

Ludicra notably featured Aesop Dekker on drums, who also drums for Agalloch and Worm Ouroboros.

For a limited time, Alternative Tentacles is taking $2 off of both formats of 2006's classic "Fex Urbis, Lex Orbis." All orders will also receive a poster. Their previous A.T. release, "Another Great Love Song" is still available online through either iTunes or emusic.

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1. Cynic writes:

It's a real shame in a way, "The Tenant" was an awesome release and I felt like they were finally going to get the recognition they deserved after that. The silver lining I suppose is that John Cobbett can save more stuff for Hammers of Misfortune.

Everyone should check out "The Tenant" regardless!

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