Texas death metal quartet The Famine announced they are breaking up. Recently their drummer Mark Garza announced he left the band, and the remaining trio decided it was time to call it quits.
The Famine was formed in 2007, and they recently released their 2nd album “The Architects Of Guilt.”
Singer, Nick Nowell comments on the break-up:
“The Famine never should have existed. I don’t mean that like when a jealous brother screams “I wish you were never born!” at his little sister. What I mean is that we came together as a group of married thirty-somethings with kids and small businesses. Our singer lived on the other side of the country. It was a cumbersome proposition, but we made it work. Most of you are familiar with the fire that claimed most of our equipment and the departure of our vocalist about a year ago. We should have never been able to make our last record, but we did. This brings us to the present day.”
You can read the whole statement here.
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