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Imicus announce split; final album and live date

Free album from departing UK metallers

Imicus 2014

Luton-based melodic metallers Imicus have anounced that they intend to split after one more gig. Having had a few line-up changes over the last few years, the current incarnation have decided that now is the right time to call it a day, though on good terms. Existing in various forms since 2003, Imicus have had many career highs, including playing sets at Download, Bloodstock, Bulldog Bash and Hammerfest VI, slots with the likes of Sikth, Breed 77, Panic Cell, Forever Never and Deathstars, and an appearance on Metal Hammer’s Judas Priest tribute CD.

As a farewell gift, Imicus have released their final album ‘Turbulent Skies’ as a free download, available from Bandcamp and Soundcloud (they actually had to upload to Soundcloud after hitting their ‘free download’ limit on Bandcamp on the day of release). Older fans might recognise the track ‘This Everlast’ as a cover from frontman Miller’s previous band Dilate, presented here in an updated form.

https://soundcloud.com/imicus/sets/turbulent-skies

Their final gig will be at Club 85 in Hitchin on Saturday 25th April in a ‘special guest’ slot, details of which are posted here: https://www.facebook.com/events/953307724688182/

Contact:
https://www.facebook.com/IMICUS

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