Napalm Records aren't solely to blame for ABIGOR's decision to put the band on indefinite hiatus, according to mainman Peter Kubik. "To make things clear, we have some problems with Napalm, but they aren't the ones to judge," he wrote on the Austrian black metal group's official web site. "It's also a problem within the band, more or less a line-up problem, that doesn't allow me to realize my vision on the new album as it's best. There'll be some changes in the co-operation with Napalm — a changed deal — as well a line-up change some new members in ABIGOR."
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