Call of the Void Have Broken Up
Denver sludge merchants Call of the Void, longtime MetalSucks favorites, have decided to call it a day.
That the band broke up less than three months after releasing their most excellent new album Buried in Light is bittersweet. On one hand, thank God they kept things together long enough to put it out. On the other, it’s a massive shame they won’t be able to tour it.
The band issued the following statement on Facebook:
“Call of the Void is done.
“We had to make a really tough decision. If we can’t put 100% behind our art, then it’s not fair to you or ourselves to keep this going.
“We are very proud of what we have released into the world, this project was from the heart and meant everything to us.
“Thanks to everyone who has helped us along these last 8 years. This business isn’t easy, so if you listened, bought something, toured with us or even let us sleep on your floor, you helped make this one of the greatest experiences of our lives. We especially want to thank Andy Patterson, Drew Juergens, Blake Harrison and Ethan Lee McCarthy. We could’t have done it without you.
“Love, Call Of The Void.”
The band has announced that they will play one last show, set to take place at the Denver Hex Fest on September 7th, 2019 at the Bluebird Theater. Pig Destroyer, Lightning Bolt, The Body and others will also perform.
Best of luck in your future endeavors, dudes!