London, UK-based noise-mongers SIKTH have issued the following statement:
"It deeply saddens the four of us to announce that we are closing the book on SIKTH... it's time to split up.
"A combination of factors have driven us to make this decision.
"We want to assure you that if it were viable for us to carry on we would.
"We are so proud of all that we have achieved as Sikth and we have agreed to work together again in the future.
"We are currently involved in new projects so keep checking our personal pages for announcements.
"And finally, we owe such huge and sincere thanks to all of you for listening to our music and enabling us to live our dream. We know we have left you in the dark lately and we are sorry for that.
"Your loyalty will never be forgotten."
SIKTH's Bieler Bros. debut, "Death of a Dead Day", was released in June 2006. The CD was produced by members of SIKTH and was mixed by Matt LaPlant at Bieler Bros. Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida.
SIKTH's video for the song "Bland St. Bloom" can be viewed below.
(Thanks: Arnold Hablewitz)
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