FOR TODAY call it quits, announce final tour

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call it quits, announce final tour

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Iowa-based powerhouse, FOR TODAY have called it quits earlier this month and have now announced their final European tour.
Stated the band: “After over 11 years as a band, 6 full length albums and 1 EP, we have decided to make 2016 the last year of FOR TODAY. When we started this band in 2005, we never imagined that our music would make it out of Sioux City, Iowa, let alone take us all around the world multiple times. Our lives have been hugely impacted by the time we’ve spent making music and touring. We met our wives, had kids and moved to different states because of FOR TODAY. It’s been an incredible experience, but we feel like now is the time to close this chapter of our lives and move on. There’s no behind the scenes drama happening or disagreements between band members. We’re all still best friends and will continue to be long after the band is over. 

We want to thank everybody who has made this possible, especially the fans who have kept us going for so many years. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’re doing an extensive farewell tour, hitting all our favorite cities in the country, as well as some international dates. Come hang out with us one last time and let’s make these last shows some that we’ll never forget!”

FOR TODAY had recently released the official music video for ‘No Truth, No Sacrifice’
Plus Special Guests
26.10.16    NL    Utrecht          De Helling    
27.10.16    UK    London          Underworld    
28.10.16    B      TBA               TBA     
29.10.16    GER  Oberhausen   Resonanzwerk    
30.10.16    GER  Weinheim      Cafe Central    
31.10.16    CH    Pratteln         Z7    
01.11.16    GER  Leipzig          Felsenkeller    
The band’s last album, »Wake«, was released in late 2015 via Nuclear Blast, was produced by Will Putney (THY ART IS MURDERBURY TOMORROWBODY COUNTUPON A BURNING BODY) and can be ordered here:
‘Broken Lens’ music video:
‘Bitter Roots’ music video:
‘Forced Into Fire’ lyric video:
Studio trailer #1:
Studio trailer #2:
Album trailer: | |
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