40 BELOW SUMMER Deny Split Rumors, Vow To Come Back "Stronger Than Ever"

40 BELOW SUMMER have rejected the rumors of the group's imminent split following their withdrawal from the ongoing STATIC-X US headlining tour. "Contrary to rumors, we are not breaking up," the band stated via their official web site. "Like any group who work in close quarters, we had issues that needed resolving. These have all been worked out and we are stronger and more united than ever now. Although we will not be playing the entire STATIC-X tour...we will be performing at the 93X Fest show in Somerset, WI on May 25th. We intend to start touring again in mid-June and will keep you posted as to where and with who. Also, we have parted company with No Name Management. We remain friends with them and continue to hold them in the highest regard."


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