Big news today folks! Barely two years after their dissolution, Long Island melodic hardcore group Crime In Stereo has announced that they are ending their break-up. In a Facebook status posted today, the band wrote:
“Hiatus rescinded. We are immediately returning to work on recording / releasing new music. We know. We were “only” broken up for two years. Two years was long enough. We loved making music together. Its’ absence was felt deeply by all of us. So we return.”
Crime In Stereo went on hiatus in 2010. Since then members have gone on to play in bands such as Daytrader and Debtor’s Union. Their final album, I Was Trying To Describe You To Someone, was released on Bridge Nine Records in February 2010.
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