Philadelphia hardcore/punk band Kingdom and label Eulogy Recordings have amicably parted ways. Meanwhile, the group is currently recording a new EP. Kingdom has released the following statement:
"We've decided to part ways with Eulogy Recordings. We feel honored to have been able to put out our last release on Eulogy, but as a band looking to release vinyl it just wasn't really a good fit.
"Second, after a year on hiatus (which we spent getting fat, learning new languages, and relaxing if you were curious), we're now in the studio recording 6 new songs. We haven't signed to a new label yet but we're hoping to make an announcement on that soon. After the new record comes out we'll be hitting the road again with a couple of US tours, a South American tour, and a European tour. (Details when we have them!)
"We really want to thank Eulogy for all they've done for us, and thank all y'all for your support while we've been on the road and off."
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