DEAD EMOTIONS Calls It Quits

German death metallers DEAD EMOTIONS have announced plans to go their separate ways after 14 "successful years," citing increasing scheduling problems and family responsibilities which ultimately led to the exit of guitarist Markus Uhl and "growl boss" Mosh. The band's official farewell show will take place on April 9 at the Black Zone Bavaria Pt. III festival in Freisinger Lindenkeller.

DEAD EMOTIONS's third album, "Pathways to Catharsis", was released in February 2008 via Bad Land Records/Twilight Vertrieb.

A video for the "Pathways" track "There is no Dawn" can be viewed below.

DEAD EMOTIONS' previous release was the "The Genesis Behind" album, which came out in 2003 via Medusa Distributions.

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