Pittsburgh punks Worlds Scariest Police Chases recently announced that they have officially parted ways. Their performance at FEST was supposed to be their final one together. Today, however, they released a video to “explain their break-up”, which is really just a video clop from a Seinfeld episode alluding to the fact that the band might not have actually meant to break up in the first place. You can view it below.
The following is the group’s Twitter statement from October 17th:
What is left to do after all your goals have been achieved? Punk Rock has been saved, lives have been ruined, and the greatest record of our generation, NOFX And Out Come The Wolves Dookie, has been made. At this point, the only thing left to do is go out on top. We are done. Worlds Scariest Police Chases 2010-2014. You’re welcome.
Our last pittsburgh show will be October 24th at Howlers with Teddy Duchamps Army, Barons, and Remainders. Our last show ever will be at THE FEST on Halloween, 7:10 at Durty Nelly’s.
Stay Punk, Don’t Sellout.
They latest release was their sophomore album, released via A-F Records and boldly-titled NOFX And Out Come The Wolves Dookie.
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