KILLING MIRANDA: End Of An Era
Britain's KILLING MIRANDA has issued the following statement:
"It is with great regret that after nearly ten years together, and three albums, we have agreed to go on indefinate hiatus.
"We want to start by thanking all the many people that have supported us over those ten years. All the hundreds of great gigs we have enjoyed around the world have been possible due to your support. The three albums and the songs we have written we dedicate to you. We especially want to thank those who came to see us in Cambridge and Leeds recently that ensured we would go out on a high. We also want to thank everyone we've worked with, the many bands we shared a stage with and everyone we drank the odd beer or two with.
"You all take care and we'll see you around..."
KILLING MIRANDA's third album, "Consummate", was released in 2004.
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