Archaic Eclipse Calling It A Day, Releasing Songs For Free
U.S. act Archaic Eclilpse has posted the following message online about deciding to call it quits due to constant lineup changes:
"Hey everyone, so I know we have been silent lately. We have been trying for about a year now to fill our line-up and finish the CD we are working on but it has all been in vain. After a lot of thought we have decided as of today that Archaic Eclipse is disbanding.
"As a band it doesn't make sense to continue on when we cannot fill a line up to play shows. It has been an endless cycle of finding members, having them learn the old songs and by the time we are ready to go into writing new music people leave and we are stuck going through the cycle again.
"We would like to personally thank all of our fans for your support, we never imagined when we started that we would have such an amazing following of people who really love our music and it was such a great feeling to know that we have such hardcore fans. This is a sad day for us but we feel as though the creative process has been halted by the constant member problems/changes and that is time to end the chapter of Archaic Eclipse in our life. We will never forget all the support and kind words, having conversations with our fans, you are all such great people and we really enjoyed talking to all of you.
"We plan on making all of our songs free for download and also our physical copy of 'The Archaic Years' and a t-shirt will still be available for purchase all at reduced cost. If you are real fan of Archaic Eclipse keep our page liked because as our members start new bands (which I am sure they will) we will share them with you.
"Again, thank you all, you all made Archaic Eclipse worth it for all of us and we will never forget that."
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