Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster split up

Brighton band call it a day after 11 years together

Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster have announced that they have split up.

The Brighton band released three albums over an 11-year career, beginning in 2002 with their debut 'Horse Of The Dog'.

They released follow-up 'The Royal Society' in 2004 then waited six years to release their third and final album, 'Blood And Fire', which came out in May 2010.

They announced the split on their Facebook page, Facebook.com/The-Eighties-Matchbox-B-line-Disaster.

"We are sorry to announce that the band have broken up," they wrote. "We all thank you for the years of love and support you have all shown. We are all now working on different projects."

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