108 have called it quits for the second time. The krishnacore band's vocalist Robert Fish posted the following via Facebook:
Aside from the practical side of being in a band with members spread throughout different continents I have found myself struggling to find my place within 108 due to the personal evolution I have gone through. In the beginning we all held a common interest in Gaudiya Vaisnavism (i.e. Hare Krsna). When we got back together in 2006 we wanted to focus on who we are today and start redefining how people understood 108. In my eyes it never really happened and it has been a constant source of frustration for me.

The fact is I am not a Hare Krishna. I do not believe in God and even the question itself seems unimportant, and at times ridiculous, to me. At one point in my life I needed a sense of something greater to keep myself together and the concept of karma gave me a sense of sanity and hope I needed to stay alive. I have have lost interest in even the questions what to speak of the multitude of answers offered by others. 108 will always be tied to Hare Krishna and I just don't have the energy to swim against that current anymore.

The band will release their final album, 18.61 on April 13, 2010.

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