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Unearthly Trance Calling It A Day

U.S. act Unearthly Trance has checked in with the following statement about officially deciding to call it a day:

"2000-2012: Unearthly Trance has broken up. We have decided it was the right time and this time it is for real. Thanks to all the people around the world who have supported us in any way.

"All 3 of us will be still creating heavy doom with Serpentine Path with Tim Bagshaw. Ryan will continue on in a new project as well his blackend metal band w/Tim called The Howling Wind... and Darren also has a new project with our friend Eddie Ortiz called The Sheltering Sky.

"We will update this page with any info of new projects that any of do in the future. Thanks again everyone!"

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1. KMADD writes:

Bummer seen em once pretty damn good band.

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2. MetalMatt writes:

Well that sucks. That's really the only appropriate comment.

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3. Zontar The Munificent writes:

A bummer indeed. But SERPENTINE PATH will be out September 11th on Relapse!!! So...not that much of a bummer.

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4. BlackNThrash writes:

that sucks...i actually had nothing bad to say about them.

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