Zyklon Call It A Day

2010-01-21 by B R A N D O N S C O T T | 18 Comments
Norwegian death metal band Zyklon have decided to disband following a two-year hiatus.

A box set called The Storm Manifesto will be released later this year, comprising all three of Zyklon's full-length albums and some unreleased material.

The band posted the news on their website, announcing: "After taking an offical break over two years ago, it has now become the reality that Zyklon is no longer a functional band, and thus the decision is made to formaly split up the band, instead of just letting it decend into nothingness.

"As a final release from the band, Candlelight Records will later this year put out a boxset, entitled "The Storm Manifesto", including all three full-length albums with various bonus material. Zyklon played its final show in Tokyo, Japan on the 28th of September 2007.

"All members of Zyklon are still active on various fronts. Samoth is currently in the studio working on the debut album for his new project, The Wretched End. Destructhor is still touring with Morbid Angel, and is still planning to complete a new Myrkskog album with Secthdamon. Trym is mainly working in his tattoo shop, but is scheduled to appear in a new music project soon."

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TheSpirit
January 21st 2010
18043 Comments


: (

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R6Rider
January 21st 2010
4792 Comments


been meaning to get into these guys

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
January 21st 2010
16654 Comments


Never really was a big fan of these guys

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Zip
January 21st 2010
5312 Comments


fuck

gutturalmaster
January 21st 2010
170 Comments


Sorry to hear that; always liked their songwriting.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
January 21st 2010
8451 Comments


have their latest. It was ok, but nothing too special. Still sad to see a promising band split up.

BallsToTheWall
January 21st 2010
44805 Comments


No big loss whatsoever.

XulOnerom
January 21st 2010
1818 Comments


These guys were okay

Emperor was a million times better

pride
January 21st 2010
227 Comments


Yeah music was pretty meh.

Athom
Emeritus
January 21st 2010
17240 Comments


it looks like zyklon need a plan B.

Dryden
January 21st 2010
13334 Comments


loooool

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
January 21st 2010
16654 Comments


haha

Wizard
January 21st 2010
19770 Comments


Might get that box set. I remember hearing a song by these guys about six years ago and I quite enjoyed it.

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Regulator
January 21st 2010
612 Comments


it looks like zyklon need a plan B.

i was gonna say the same thing. well played, sir.

TheHamburgerman
January 21st 2010
1317 Comments


who?

ZeroTolerance
January 21st 2010
435 Comments


Band was decent, music wore off me quickly.

Carnifex
January 21st 2010
1918 Comments


Fuckin' a.

zaruyache
January 22nd 2010
7905 Comments


Sad face.

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