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The Magic has died in this world, but it stays immortal in our hearts

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by , 10th January 2013 at 10:34 PM (329 Views)
I generally dislike using the blog feature, but I will make an exception for this.

As of today, Power Quest is officially no more. The group has announced that they are disbanding. I am doing this merely to spread the word: http://blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=184669

Apparently they didn't make a profit off the albums, relying on day jobs, and it got to the point that they decided to call it quits.

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  1. Karamazov's Avatar
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    Maybe they'll get back together if you blogged here more? :D It's worth a shot.
  2. Regiruler's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karamazov
    Maybe they'll get back together if you blogged here more? :D It's worth a shot.
    Its more or less all the clutter that reminds me of what a fool I was two years ago.
    That and I spend all my time on Pojo's Yu-gi-oh section now.

    I honestly don't listen to them all that much, its just that they had so little exposure no-one really cares.
  3. Gaga's Avatar
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    I thought most lesser know artists generally don't rely on album sales for income but rather shows and merchandise? Unless their fanbase was so small even that wouldn't sustain them? (I haven't ever heard of them before today so that may be an indication)

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