Sleep Serapis Sleep Part with Static Age, Delay Album

by | Mar 14, 2011

Sleep Serapis Sleep has parted ways with Static Age Records, and as a result, the band has delayed the release of its forthcoming album to summer.

The band comments: “Disagreements. As a point of professional courtesy we have little else to say on the subject. Truthfully, we are all excited to be independent again. This band means everything to us; we take our instruments and songs very seriously. If we find we are working with someone with whom we disagree in matters of ethical and professional integrity, you can expect that relationship to fade and fast. We do hope to find a label to call home, one that shares our outlook on music.”

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