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Cathedral Announce to Split

February 7, 2011 (6:52 am) GMT
After releasing a 2012 studio album, Cathedral will call it quits, saying 'It's just time to move on and leave our recorded legacy to linger.'

Cult British rockers Cathedral have announced plans to split after 21 years. The group's upcoming 2011 tour will mark its final dates and a 2012 studio album will be Cathedral's last release.

A statement from frontman Lee Dorrian, obtained by Blabbermouth.net, reads, "It's simply time for us to bow out. Twenty one years is a very long time and it's almost a miracle that we managed to come this far."

"We've had a great time during Cathedral's existence and it has literally been our life. It's just time to move on and leave our recorded legacy to linger."

The group has released nine studio albums.

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