Haste The Day to break up in spring

November 22, 2010 by Tim Karan

Haste The Day to break up in spring

Haste The Day have announced that their tour tour in February and March with MyChildren MyBride, the Chariot and A Plea For Purging will be HTD's last before calling it quits.

The band released a statement saying, "This is a very difficult announcement to make, but Haste The Day will be doing its final tour February - March 2011. It has been an incredible 10 years and we want to thank all of our amazing fans who have stuck with us through all of our changes and growth as a band. If it weren't for all of you, this band would have been nothing. There are many reasons why HTD is ending, however we mainly feel as though we have created the best music we can and believe it is now time for us to move on to the next stage of our lives. I remember when this band started a decade ago, we wanted to be like the Solid State/Tooth and Nail Records bands we grew up idolizing. We wanted to use our passion for heavy music and the love that God put in us to be a light in the underground scene; letting people know they are loved, important, forgiven no matter what, and capable of using their gifts to serve their fellow man. I never imagined that we would be able to put out five full length albums, tour the world, and develop so many meaningful relationships with the people who came to our shows. Without your support, this wouldn't have been possible."

Haste The Day formed in Carmel, Indiana, in 2001 and signed to Solid State in 2003. They released five full-lengths on the label through this year's Attack Of The Wolf King.

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