Crash of Rhinos breakup
2014-02-21 by Kellen Shover | 15 Comments

Today Crash Of Rhinos announced on their Facebook page that they would be breaking up after five years of playing together. This announcement comes after the release of the critically acclaimed Sophomore LP Knots just last year.

CRASH OF RHINOS: 2009 - 2014

It is with with regret we have to tell you all that Crash is no more. We've had some incredible times. Some of the best times, met some of the best people, played with some of the best bands. Thank you to to anyone who bought
Distal and/or Knots, shared them, came to see us live, bought a shirt, or gave us a place to stay. You're the people that really made it work whilst it worked.

Extra special thanks to Luca Benni, Kevin Douch, Kevin Duquette and Seth Decoteau and Maurizio Borgna at To Lose La Track, Big Scary Monsters, Topshelf Records and T R I S T E for getting our late night jams out to people we never thought would hear us. The repress of Knots is currently available through these fine people.

So long.
Jim, Oli, Biff, Draper & Beal.



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MortimusPrime
February 21st 2014

2065 Comments


damn I have knots downloaded at the moment, really enjoying it. shame

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GmemberKills
February 21st 2014

375 Comments


I just checked out knots a while back myself. This blows.

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Spec
February 21st 2014

26834 Comments


Well that sucks.

aircycle
February 21st 2014

656 Comments


rip :[

pmmets07
February 21st 2014

5784 Comments


knots is perfect so i'm not too upset they won't be putting anything else out. but still rip

ShitsofRain
February 21st 2014

4710 Comments


sad

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luketoast
February 21st 2014

6 Comments


they've met the fate of all great emo bands. at least they broke up before releasing their own... Wood/Water or The Rising Tide or something like that

botb
February 21st 2014

9284 Comments


fuck this band is so good

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dimsim3478
February 21st 2014

3988 Comments


Gone way too young, man. RIP

at least they broke up before releasing their own... Wood/Water or The Rising Tide or something like that

wtf I liked The Rising Tide

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Eko
February 21st 2014

2119 Comments


The Rising Tide is great

sad day, Distal was one of my favorites of 2011.

snerefedsav
February 21st 2014

785 Comments


wtf why

Adabelle
February 21st 2014

4160 Comments


Sucks, quality band. So honest

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 21st 2014

48551 Comments


Fuckin pissed

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North0House2
February 22nd 2014

5614 Comments


This sucks. They were classy.

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theNateman
February 22nd 2014

36 Comments


aw damn I Just got into them like last week too!



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