Cult metal band HIMSA are to split after a final show in their native Seattle, Washington.
The group, which has been together for over a decade, will say farewell to fans at a show at Seattle's El Corazon on 16 August (08).
A statement from bassist Derek Harn reads, "Having sacrificed everything we had in order to ensure the band's survival it's time to let it go.
"We've got a great label. We're getting along, we've toured and we're fine. It's all good. We're leaving it at that... There appears to be no acrimony or unpleasantness, simply the end of a blistering, phenomenal, tumultuous era of the metal that HIMSA permeated into the modern musical landscape."
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
The drama will be making its return to the streaming service in the near future.
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