After 6 years as a band spent literally smashing their way through venues, mathcore quartet The Colour Line have decided to call it a day. The band have announced a run of final UK shows to commemorate and say goodbye in true TCL fashion, one of which is at this year’s UK Tech-Metal Fest.
The band posted the following statement on their Facebook page regarding the split:
“This is the final tour of The Colour Line.
To all of our friends, fans, family, partners, previous band members, reviewers, photographers and the teams behind the scenes, we owe you our lives for what you have all done for us over the last six years.
Thank you for being with us for the ride.
These are the final eight places that we have left to pour out what remains of our love, passion and energy.”
Catch The Colour Line for one last time at the following dates:
30th June – The Frog, Worksop
1st July – Santiagos, Leeds
2nd July – The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
3rd July – Satans Hollow, Manchester
5th July – Sanctuary, Basingstoke
6th July – Ex Servicemans Club, Corby
8th July – Tech Fest, Newark (Show date TBC)
5th August – Humber Street Sesh, Hull
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