Molotov Solution Calls It Quits Hiatus

As I’m not all that familiar with the Las Vegas-based deathcore group, I’m just going to cut to the chase: we won’t be hearing much from them for the foreseeable future. A string of updates from the band point towards a so-called “indefinite hiatus.”

Here’s the lowdown, via the band’s Facebook:

Bad news guys: First off, I want to thank everyone for all or any support given to help us through the years. Secondly, I want to apologize to our friends and fans for canceling our upcoming shows and tours. It has been a great adventure, but unfortunately I have reached a point where I can no longer continue touring full time. A realization I initially made a couple years ago, but tried to push through for the rest of the band and the fans. Future plans for Molotov Solution are still up in the air, as I would not like to see this be the end. Please continue to support our members in their future endeavors. Either way, we will all continue creating music. Thank you for your time and support. We have dropped all upcoming tours and shows as a result. Nick.

Just to clear the air, we are not looking for a new singer. We appreciate all the interest from some of you out there wanting to try out and keep the name alive, but truth be told no one can replace Nick and there are no try outs. We are sorry and hope you understand. Thank you.

Another thing, Nick did not quit Molotov Solution and the band is still a band, we are just inactive. It’s going to take time to figure things out and get our feet back on solid ground. This band will probably never tour full time again, hell, it may never tour ever again, that’s what “future plans are still up in the air” means. We will stay active on the Facebook and continue spreading news, support, and our message any way we can. And of course as soon as we have Molotov Solution news or announcements you will know as soon as possible. Thanks again for all the love and support. And again sincerest apologies for cancelling our future tour dates.

So there’s that. If you consider yourself a fan and want to keep up with them for any future announcements, hit them up on Facebook.

– JR

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