**Y'argh, there be rants ahead!!** My main original act has been on hiatus since mid April due to our drummer being picked up by a nationally touring group. His contract was set to last only three to four months as a sort of trial run but would be extended if everyone was cool with the arrangement. The rest of the guys and I figured our drummer would be brought on full time by the other band since he's a very talented and likeable guy, so we decided to go ahead and begin looking for a new drummer sometime this summer. Several months have passed since that decision was made and nothing has been done to find a new drummer or to continue the band. This really didn't surprise me as our guitarist has another active group that's doing well, and it seemed obvious (to me at least) that he'd put his eggs into that basket. That said, no official word ever came from him that this was the case or that our group had seen its end. So I signed into Facebook this evening after getting back from vacation only to discover that our guitarist had issued to delete our band's Facebook page. He never said anything to me (or our singer from what I'm aware of) about doing this or mentioned anything about the band being officially over. Fortunately, Facebook has a window period where potential deletions of pages can be cancelled/reversed, and since I'm an admin I went ahead and stopped it from happening. Personally, I'm both hurt and a bit ticked off about this action from him. For one, it's a pretty crappy and uncaring way to say the band is over. Two, had there not been a cancellation period he would have instantly deleted a huge and personally valuable collection of pictures, videos, art, and memories from gigs that our band played; not to mention some pretty decent promotional materials we can all use to help us land spots in future bands. Finally, he just simply never even asked us if it was cool to delete it, and that just seems wrong. It's just a lame situation to be put in for no reason.