German Death Metallers B.G.T. Call It Quits

German death metallers B.G.T. have split up after 12 years of existence. "We have to thank all of you for all the support and loyalty," the band writes in a statement. "Our homepage, www.bgtmetal.de, will stay online, so you can spam us with your feedback. Also you can still download all our songs for free and spread them into the world. In the near future, we'll add some more new unreleased recordings for you."

B.G.T.'s final studio release, "The Inner Death", came out in 2005.

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