Steve Pedersen eventually got a day job as a lawyer, making it hard for the band to go on tour to promote their new album. Initial Records went bankrupt about a year after, leaving Criteria without a label. Saddle Creek Records took their longtime friend in and put out three releases in 2005. The first was a re-release of the overlooked and underrated En Garde, their new single, “Prevent the World,” and their second full-length, When We Break. After being moved into Saddle Creek, Pedersen quit his day job to spend full time making music and touring.
Criteria has performed with bands such as Cursive, The Fall of Troy, Thunderbirds Are Now!, Statistics, Poison the Well, Rahim, and Minus the Bear.
Despite having no shows scheduled, and no official status on any upcoming album, single or tour, Saddle Creek Records has consistently stated that Pedersen and company have not disbanded.
Edited by jakeemccoy on 2 Mar 2010, 01:09
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