Attack! Attack! Call it Quits


After being together for six years, Attack! Attack! have officially called it quits. The band released a statement a few hours ago on their Facebook page, letting fans know that once their Back in Action tour ends, that the band will also be ending.

The statement reads:

“Well everyone, it’s been a wild ride for Attack Attack, but I think it’s about time Whiting and I take some time to write this note.

We want to start by thanking every single one of you that has ever come out to a show, bought a shirt, gotten in a fight over crabcore, or spent the time to send us notes online. We have been insanely blessed to be able to do what we have done with AA and we think it’s time that we wrap up this chapter in our lives.

Yes, this means exactly what you think it means. The Back in Action Tour will be Attack Attack’s final and most ironic tour.

After 6 long years of playing in garages, VFW halls, clubs, open air festivals, and everything in-between. We’ve decided it is time to lay AA down for good.

You are all beautiful, wonderful people, and we want you to know that we deeply appreciate everything you have done for us.

We are sad to lay Attack Attack to rest, but are very excited for what is next in this new chapter of our lives.

Stay Tuned!!!

Much love,

The Andrews”

Guess this means it’s the end of crabcore (whatever that is).

My Chemical Romance Break Up


In a twist that still has fans reeling, My Chemical Romance have called it quits in what could be described as the shortest blog post, ever. The band posted the following message on their official website which left much of their fan base shocked, confused or a mixture of the two.

The message on the website read:

“Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We’ve gotten to go places we never knew we would. We’ve been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible. We’ve shared the stage with people we admire, people we look up to, and best of all, our friends. And now, like all great things, it has come time for it to end. Thanks for all of your support, and for being part of the adventure.

My Chemical Romance”

A short while after the news had reached headlines frontman, Gerard Way, posted the following on his Twitter account.


While guitarist, Frank Iero, posted the following.


Over the course of their twelve years, the band have released four studio album including 2004’s Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge which launched then onto the charts. So far, no other word has been given about this sudden and rushed disbandment.