British rockers Slave To Gravity have split after five years together.
The band announced the news to fans in a post on Facebook.com, blaming "an innumerable amount of setbacks" for their decision to part ways, and they'll play their final gig in London later this month (Oct11).
The message reads, "After 5 incredible years, we're sad to announce that Stg is calling it a day. We've had an amazing ride, but after an innumerable amount of setbacks the time has undoubtedly come to move onto pastures new.
"We still love each other very much and remain fiercely proud of the music we made. We're just sorry there won't be any more. Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the years. You've made it a magical experience that we will never forget.
"Our gig at the Relentless Freeze Festival (in London) on October 28th will be our last, and will be played accordingly. We hope you can join us there. It's all over now. Over and out."
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