Fear Before Confirm Hiatus

by | Jul 3, 2011

Fear Before, or Fear Before The March of Flames, announced that it has officially gone on hiatus.

“Guys. I’m sorry if you have been left with the feeling that we have been leading you on making you think were working on music. We are not,” Guitarist Adam Fisher commented. “As of April 2010, Goose, David, Mike, and I have not been in the same room together with our instruments.”

Fisher added that a number of new Fear Before songs had been written up until April 2010, stating that “whether or not we will ever release another record is up in the air right now. There is no immediate plan to write/record/ or tour. This has nothing to do with Orbs, Loom, All Human, or any other project Goose or I may be a part of. Its just the way things went.”

“?2009 took a very weird turn for us and it kinda left all of us collectively and individually wondering what the hell we were doing. I truly am sorry to everyone who is anxiously awaiting a new record from us. I’m not saying it will never happen, I just cant say that it will.”

Fisher went on to say that he will focus his energy on a new project dubbed All Human, saying that “It’s not a side project or something to keep me busy until something else comes along. It is the music I feel like making and sharing for right now.”

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