\"To begin a whole new process of writing and recording, and all the touring that comes with, takes a lot of goodwill. You canít pretend, itís gotta be a 110% thing. If you lose that feeling, it makes no sense anymore. Breaking up is the only right decision, even though Iím truly sad about the matter. I think we released our best record so far in 2004, and hanging it up one year later makes no sense to me. But anyway, they lost that certain feeling, and thereís nothing we can do.Ē
The other members of Gluecifer were looking forward to start working on a new album in 2006. Unfortunately, without Biff and Raldo, the rest of the guys do not have the will to do it, so Gluecifer has officially broken up.
The band is currently deciding where to play their farewell show. Continues Poon:
\"These days we\'re trying to figure out what places we wanna pay a last visit. Some places are obvious, others will be based on demand. Even though there are different opinions about the decision being made, I\'m happy we\'re still good friends, so we go out there together, and play our last shows with our hearts on our sleeves.\"
Captain Poon, who formed Gluecifer together with Biff in 1994, and since then has devoted all his time to the band, says that he still has a lot to do in rock, and that he will continue his career in a new band.
Drummer Danny Young (see photo) is presently in Los Angeles, attending classes at Musicians Institute.
Stu Manx is playing with his new band The 3856.
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