Post-hardcore stalwarts will part ways after shows in London and Manchester alongside a reformed Hell Is For Heroes

Hundred Reasons have announced that they are splitting up and will be playing their last ever shows in November.

The five-piece, who formed in 1999 and released four studio albums across their career, will play their 2002 debut album ‘Ideas Above Our Station’ in full and have confirmed that these two shows, which take place on November 23 at Manchester Academy 2 and on November 24 at London’s HMV Forum, will be their final ones of their career.

Writing on their official Facebook page, the Surrey rockers wrote: “Dream line-up – bands we love, people we love. Been a while in the planning, this, but we’re seriously bloody excited about it. This is the final outing for everyone involved, so we hope you’ll join us for a properly good send-off.”

Hell Is For Heroes, who went on indefinite hiatus in 2008, have reformed especially for the shows and will perform their debut album ‘The Neon Handshake’ from start to finish.

Speaking about the shows, they wrote: “We a can confirm that we coming out of rock n’ roll retirement for 2 very special shows this November. We will be playing our first record “The Neon Handshake” from start to finish before Hundred Reasons play their first album “Ideas Above Our Station” too.”

Also performing at the shows will be alt rockers Cable. Tickets go onsale tomorrow at 9am (GMT).

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