Beardfish Decide 'To Call It Quits'


(Prog) Beardfish have announced they've split, saying "disagreements and various difficulties" are to blame. The Swedish prog heroes are calling it quits after a career that spanned 15 years and eight studio albums. Their most recent release was 2015's +4626-COMFORTZONE.

In a statement, the band say: "After a longer hiatus and some disagreements and various difficulties within the band we have decided to call it quits. This was not an easy choice to make.

"Beardfish has always been our main musical outlet - a proper garage band - the kind that meet up in the rehearsal studio and try out new material together for long, massive sessions at a time.

"Some of the best times of our lives have been spent together on the road, in the studio and just hanging out. Growing up, having families and all that has made that particular way of working very difficult, leading to long periods where we haven't been able to rehearse. And we like to play." Read more here.

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