Messenger Confirm That They Have Broken Up


(Prog) Messenger have confirmed that they have split up. There's been speculation surrounding the band's future since the summer, when they were forced to pull out of a planned appearance at the TeamRock-sponsored Stone Free festival in London due to "unforeseen circumstances."

Now they've confirmed that, after "much deliberation" they've decided to call it a day. The band say in a statement: "It is with a heavy heart that we must announce that this musical voyage has come to an end.

"We've collectively had many messages about our status and why we've had to cancel festival appearances and tours recently - and after much deliberation, we've decided that this decision is the right one."

They thank fans for their support and add: "Never in our wildest dreams did we imagine we would share stages with some of the biggest and best bands in the genre of progressive rock all over the world, win awards and release two albums to critical acclaim." Read more here.

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