Gangin’ II is set for release September 28th, and may be the group’s last album.
One of this generation’s greatest rock bands is calling it quits after nine years.
The veteran indie rockers will embark on a farewell tour and release a final EP in the coming months.
Portland indie outfit call it a day after a decade and a half.
Reno-bred outfit have released over 10 albums since forming in 1980.
Last Night All My Dreams Came True is a career-spanning live studio album, due out in February.
“We’re gonna be a band for about 14 more months,” remarks frontman Jesse Lacey.
Punk Drunk and Trembling EP collects outtakes from the band’s 2016 Boy King sessions.
“We’re care takers for something precious and don’t want to have it diminish as we move forward with out lives.”
Metal legends into the void after 49 years together.
Synthpop duo to split after 10 years and three studio LPs.
The Office of the President just doesn’t hold the prestige it once did.