It's the end of the road for the hardcore band

London hardcore band Million Dead are set to split after their forthcoming UK tour.

Following the release of their second album ‘Harmony No Harmony’ earlier this year, the hardcore heroes have decided to call it a day and pursue other projects.

The band released the following statement:

Million Dead are breaking up. After four years and two albums, we have mutually decided that this is the best thing to do. Irreconcilable differences within the band mean that it would be impossible to continue and anyway, we’d rather leave a good-looking corpse. Our reasons are personal and assured. Therefore, the upcoming September tour will be our last.

“We’d like to express our deep gratitude to those who worked with and for us over the years, who had faith in us, and without whom we would never have got anywhere. We’d also like to thank all those who bought records, came to shows, and generally gave a shit. We’re still pleasantly surprised that anyone ever did.

“You will no doubt be hearing from some or all of us again at some point in the future.”

Their final tour, supported by Gay For Johnny Depp , is as follows:

Exeter Cavern (September 14)

Oxford Zodiac (15)

Bristol Louisiana (16)

Nottingham Rock City (17)

Glasgow Barfly (18)

Manchester Roadhouse (19)

Birmingham Bar Academy (20)

London Underworld (22)

Southampton Joiners (23)

For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

They release one final single, ‘To Whom It May Concern’ , on September 19 through Xtra Mile Recordings .