Call It A Day


House Vs. Hurricane Break Up, Give Away Unreleased Song

What a terrible way to start a day. After seven years together, Australia’s House Vs. Hurricane have decided to call it a day.

Taking to their official Facebook shortly after 2AM (EST) this morning, the members of House Vs. Hurricane posted a letter to fans explaining that they have mutually decided to end the band following previously scheduled tour dates at the end of June. The band goes on to say they may put together a more proper farewell down the road, but they make no promises. You can read their message below:

After nearly 7 years as a band


Molotov Solution Call It A Day

Las Vegas’ own Molotov Solution are sad to announce that they have to call it a day. They are canceling all upcoming tour dates because the band cannot handle touring full-time anymore.

Read direct statements from frontman Nick Arthur and guitarist Richie Gomez on Molotov Solution here. We wish the band the best of luck in their future endeavors.

Nick Arthur stated:

“Bad news guys: First off, I want to thank everyone for all or any support given to help us through the years. Secondly, I want to apologize to our friends and fans for canceling our upcoming shows and

The Scenic break up

The internet came alive last night when word broke that The Scenic would be dropping off the remaining dates of the 2011 American tour with Sparks The Rescue, The Dangerous Summer, and The Graduate. No reason was given at the time of cancellation, but a recent tweet from The Dangerous Summer’s Cody Payne has confirmed the band is no more. You can view tweet from the band and Payne below. We want to wish the members of The Scenic the best in their future endeavors:

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Killing The Dream break up

After years of making music together, Killing The Dream have decided to break up. A full message from the band can be read below. We at UTG want to wish all the members of KTD the best of luck in their future endeavors.

after eight years, killing the dream is gonna call it a day.

we’ve seen three continents, 46 states, met a million amazing people and eaten about 3428234 pizzas- all because of this stupid band. i feel SO lucky to have been able to be a part of it.

i can’t post gratitude to everyone who deserves it

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