by | May 8, 2015

We have a soft spot for Arsonists Get All The Girls. Back in late 2012 the band had a layover at Bonnerhaus after one of their tours, and did a private live session for us that we’ll never forget. Sad to say that after a decade since their formation, the band have officially called it quits.

Since their beginnings in 2005 the band have had a revolving lineup and somehow managed to keep things afloat. The group released five full length albums, three of which were put out on Century Media and toured the world extensively with bands like Darkest Hour and Bleeding Through.

Here’s a video that we got when they performed at the Haus, along with a full stream of their 2011 album Motherland.

Rest in peace, AGATG. It was a nice run.

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