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Confession call it a day

7 October 2015 | 12:47 pm | Staff Writer
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Local hardcore staples Confession have called it a day.

Local hardcore staples Confession have called it a day.

After seven years, frontman Michael Crafter has decided to conclude the band. A final tour is due to be booked "soon".

An official statement from Crafter, via Facebook, reads:

"I started this band in 2008 with the idea of continuing to do music and play shows. 7 years on, tours across Australia and the world i’m now sitting here with the idea that we’ve done enough and its time to move on. After 3 albums, 1 EP and a football side of ex members, confession has been my musical outlet and ill forever be grateful to everyone who’s supported the band and ever been apart of it. As far as music goes, this was always going to be my last ditch effort and once this was done i was done with being in a band. But it’s been great to be able to do what we have done, recorded some music and had loads of fun on the road. Not only that but meet some amazing friends along the way.

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We will be booking a final tour soon, hopefully taking some friends along with us and hopefully see you at a show.. Thanks for the support people.

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Confession released their most recent studio album, 'Life and Death', in 2014.