“We have decided that after eleven amazing years as a band, Honor Society is coming to an end. It’s a bittersweet decision, but one that we are at peace with. We are incredibly grateful to our families, friends and of course our fans who were with us from house parties to arenas.
“We’ve enjoyed every step of the way and all we can say is thank you. We have memories to last a few lifetimes, but even so, it’s time to make new ones. We will still be making our documentary / soundtrack that so many of you pledged to help make happen. All Kickstarter rewards will be fulfilled as well. There will be a few last performances that, in true Honor Society fashion, will be huge parties and we want you, our amazing fans, there with us…
“If we leave you with anything, let it be the music. Enjoy it as much as we did. Your gentlemen always, HONOR SOCIETY.”
“This EP is the product of long hours in the studio, immense support from our family and friends, and of course… YOU. Your support propels us forward and is a constant reminder of why we do this whole music thing in the first place. For the love of music. Thank you, -HS” the band wrote in an email.
Honor Society hit the red carpet at the Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Blu-ray and DVD release party at El Rey Theatre on Monday evening (March 26) in Los Angeles.
Band member Michael Bruno tweeted about performing alongside Ariana Grande, “Awesome performance …and real talk, @ArianaGrande is lovely and can SING.”
The new DVD and Bluray — out NOW — comes with a ton of bonus features including Munk Music & Dance Machine segments, four (4) behind-the-scenes featurettes, three (3) music videos, two (2) Fox Music Channel featurettes, extended scenes and on the Bluray, you’ll also get the “Chipwrecked: Coloring with Chipmunks” app.
Michael shared, “It’s been such a life changing experience working with the Salvation Army and we’re ready to be out on the road, playing concerts, encouraging our amazing fan base to get in the spirit of giving and to be part of this iconic Salvation Army tradition.”
Honor Society is currently on the road for the Salvation Army’s Rock the Red Kettle Tour, which also includes a big concert at Universal City Walk on December 17th.
Alexander shared in a statement, “We wanted our new album, A Tale of Risky Business: Part 2 to inspire change, both musically and socially, and to encourage the next generation of philanthropists. We are so fortunate to have this opportunity and to support the important work being done by The Salvation Army.”
Michael added, “It’s been such a life changing experience working with the Salvation Army and we’re ready to be out on the road, playing concerts, encouraging our amazing fan base to get in the spirit of giving and to be part of this iconic Salvation Army tradition.”