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Slaves To Gravity Last Gig 28th October as the Band Break Up
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Slaves To Gravity Last Gig 28th October as the Band Break Up

Slaves To Gravity are calling it a day after 5 years, 2 albums and the Winner of 'Best British Newcomer' at the Kerrang Awards and shows all around the world, SLAVES TO GRAVITY (interview) have announced their upcoming show at the Relentless Freeze Festival at Battersea Power Station at the end of this month will be their last.

"We've had an amazing ride, but after an innumerable amount of setbacks the time has undoubtedly come to move onto pastures new. We still love each other very much and remain fiercely proud of the music we made. We're just sorry there won't be any more."

Catch the guys at their last ever show on October 28 at the Freeze Festival, Battersea Power Station.

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