GRAVES Split Up!

GRAVES, the band formed by former MISFITS vocalist Michale Graves, drummer Dr. Chud, guitarist Tom Logan, and ex-FAST TIMES bassist Graham Westfield, have split up due to "creative differences," according to Michale's official web site.

"GRAVES has collectively decided that the proverbial Web Of Dharma has now run out," reads a cryptic statement on the band's site. "A time for end and a time for change is upon us all once again. Dharma's spindle of truth proved to be too little and too late, however none of us can speculate as to the whereabouts of Dharma's 4 children, still in there embryonic egg-shelled state... We are the future...."

In a separate statement on his web site, Graves said: "I have ended my working relationship with Chud and the rest of the band. I plan on releasing new material in the next couple of months."

No further details about Michale's future plans or those of the other former members of GRAVES are currently available.


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