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Sacred Serenity Going On Hiatus Due To Drummer's Health Issues

Sacred Serenity has issued the following announcement about going on hiatus due to the band's drummer undergoing surgery:

"Our drummer Kyle has recently been diagnosed with a rare condition called Kienbock's disease. This disease interrupts the blood flow to the wrist and surrounding areas. It is NOT life threatening and it was diagnosed in the early stages so Kyle will be alright with the right treatment which bring us to our announcement.

"The band will be taking a hiatus to allow Kyle to undergo surgery and recover. WE ARE NOT BREAKING UP. No matter what comes this bands way, we will overcome it. We will be cancelling some of our upcoming shows, however our last show before our hiatus will be November 3rd with Born of Osiris at the Croc Rock in Allentown. This will be the last chance to see us before we take this mandatory break.

"Once again, we are by no means stopping. We are simply taking the time to allow Kyle to heal. Please come out to our last show before this break and support us and Kyle in our never ending quest to play the best music we can.

"Remember - NOVEMBER 3RD - last chance to see us before our break. See any of the band members for tickets and come support us through this time."

You can also stream Sacred Serenity's "Synapse" album in its entirety over at this location.

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