An Isle Ate Her go on hiatus

2011-12-11 by Dustin S. | 25 Comments
Atlanta grindcore band An Isle Ate Her have recently announced that after a short string of tour dates with City of Ifa in the upcoming weeks, they will go on an indefinite hiatus. The band did not elaborate on a reason for the break.

The statement from the band can be read on their Facebook page.

http://www.facebook.com/anisleateher

Tagged: An Isle Ate Her

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saucy
December 11th 2011
342 Comments


This is so not fair.

whywontyoudie
December 11th 2011
3063 Comments


Not fair at all. They fucking destroy shit live.

Scoot
December 11th 2011
18119 Comments


sweet name

hykudos
December 11th 2011
462 Comments


clever!

Ending
December 11th 2011
1928 Comments


Haha awesome name but haven't heard these guys.

whywontyoudie
December 11th 2011
3063 Comments


Do you like The Number 12 Looks Like You or Daughters? If you do then listen to their LP Phrenia. These guys are locals for me and it sucks to see them go.

Manic_
December 12th 2011
447 Comments


sucks, Phrenia was a great record.

FromDaHood
December 12th 2011
9094 Comments


Not sure how to feel about the name

Sanders
December 12th 2011
2378 Comments


Name would be shit if it wasn't such a badass homophone.

fish.
December 12th 2011
22376 Comments


Oh I get it

Ignimbrite
December 12th 2011
5585 Comments


i just got it

lol

Digging: Lord Huron - Strange Trails

IAmHollywood
December 12th 2011
1443 Comments


late to the party

Annayalater
December 12th 2011
192 Comments


Damn this sucks. I just found out about this band about a week ago and loved Phrenia.

SpaceWhale
December 12th 2011
156 Comments


definitely had to say the name out loud a good 10 times before I understood what made it so awesome.

eternium
December 12th 2011
16352 Comments


Holy shit I just got it.

botb
December 12th 2011
10017 Comments


just realized why this band name rules

taxidermist
December 12th 2011
7218 Comments


Lol, ok I just got it too.

TomAkaVeto
December 12th 2011
1738 Comments


clever band not clever enough to stay together in these hard times.

danielito19
December 12th 2011
8697 Comments


great band name

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Azn.
December 13th 2011
5618 Comments


Intensity In Ten Cities.

FearThyEvil
December 14th 2011
13172 Comments


Band name fucking rules. i'll have to check these guys out.

wacknizzle
December 15th 2011
13775 Comments


Thats a bummer man. Too bad I didn't really like Phrenia. I've been listening to them for over a year and didn't get their name until now. Annihilate Her hahahaha YES!!! Anyone who hasn't heard them yet, check out their Desiderium Ep.

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turtnipshock
December 15th 2011
6 Comments


How did you not like Phrenia but you liked the EP?

Ending
December 15th 2011
1928 Comments


Annihilate Her hahahaha YES!!!


I was thinking Annihilator but okay.

wacknizzle
December 16th 2011
13775 Comments


I just didn't like the screaming much on phrenia, I think vocals were better on the ep



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