Australia's INFERNAL METHOD Split Up

Australian metal band INFERNAL METHOD have officially split up, according to PyroMusic.net. "It's pretty much been a long time coming, and probably doesn't come to much of a surprise to many," guitarist Peter Michael Peric said in a statement. "Due to ongoing straining of relations between us regarding musical direction, general management and so forth, we decided to call it a day before things inevitably got worse. Undoubtedly all members will continue to pursue their own musical agendas with stronger than hate, syphilis, samsaras wounds and shackles. Talks will go underway over the next few weeks as to whether or not there will be an official release of the LONG overdue album, depending on whether or not we can get ourselves out of the massive debt we've incurred through playing/recording with this band. Lastly, there are limited numbers of INFERNAL METHOD promo CDs (featuring tracks off the recorded album) and t-shirts left that will be sold CHEAP to anyone who is interested. all parties wishing to purchase any remaining INFERNAL METHOD merch should contact us at [email protected]"

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