Music has always been one of my passions and that's what drew me to this band in the first place. The music comes first, and I know that the talent of the band will rise above this member change and they will find a new arrangement that will blow your minds.
Adam, Pat, and Dennis have leftTigers Jaw. While the band had to cancel its mainland Europe tour dates, they are still planning a full US Tour this summer. You can read their announcement in the replies.
To my friends, family, and all the amazing Motionless In White fans, this is very hard to say, and Iím sure it will hit me harder soon, but I will no longer be in the band. This decision did not just all of sudden happen. After doing this since I was 17, the nonstop touring, and everything else that comes with the life of a musician, has finally caught up with me. It has affected me mentally and physically and itís to a point where the best thing for the rest of the band and myself would be for me to call it quits. Please know that the band and I are on good terms, best of friends and I love them all very much. No matter...
Woe, Is Me has parted ways with their drummer, Austin Thornton, leaving rhythm guitarist Kevin Hanson as the only original band member. No tour dates will be cancelled, and a statement can be read in the replies.
Heroes For Hire vocalist Brad Smith has left the band. Guitarist Duane Hazell is stepping up as frontman. A lengthy statement from Hazell can be found below.
This will be the first and last thing I am going to say about everything that's going on right now regarding Heroes For Hire. To everyone saying that there are no original members left in Heroes For Hire and that we are just using the band name to promote a completely new band: I can't even remember how many years ago it was exactly that I joined Heroes For Hire, but if I had to guess, I'd say it was about 5 or 6 years ago. Before I officially joined, I was filling in on bass guitar at a few small local shows due to their...
Ben Gibbard was one of many musicians to audition for The Postal Service - watch some of the other musicians who tried out - like Tom DeLonge. And Nate Mendel. And a bunch others that I don't want to give away.
Original vocalist Donny Thomas has rejoined Oh, Manhattan. The band is currently in the studio recording a new EP titled A Generation in Peril, which is due out this summer.
Emerging from what seemed to be a permanent hiatus, Oh, Manhattan returns with some new members, new material, and one hell of a story to tell. The hiatus began when key members, including Hance Alligood joining Woe, Is Me, left the band, but original vocalist and lyricist Donny Thomas has now officially rejoined. Donny is teaming up once again with guitarist Cody Gray, the two main writers of Spiritual Warfare, and the duo will be joined by returning guitarist Chris Branton as the only remaining members of Oh,...
Shone (a seven-piece featuring Andrew Accardi, Vin Accardi, Mike Strandberg, Brian Lane, Ben Homala, Joe Cannetti, and more) played their debut show showcasing Heat Thing at Mercury Lounge on Thursday, February 7, 2013, in New York City with support for Sleep Bellum Sonno.
Not to be confused with the "official" Black Flagreunion, other original members of the band - Keith Morris, Chuck Dukowski and Bill Stevenson - are playing together as Flag. Details can be found in the replies.
Three Days Grace has announced that Matt Walst, lead singer of My Darkest Days, will be joining the band as the lead singer for their North American co-headlining tour with Shinedown, starting in Moline, IL on February 1st. Former lead singer, Adam Gontier, has left the group effective immediately due to a health issue.
After their show in Connecticut tomorrow, Sparks The Rescue will continue on as a two piece. The band has plans to hit the studio by the end of January and they are already lining up tours for next year. You can read statements from each of the guys in the replies.
Suicide Silence have announced Phil Bozeman (Whitechapel), Austin Carlile (Of Mice & Men) and Ricky Hoover (ex-Suffokate) as the next three guest vocalists for their 12/21/12 Mitch Lucker memorial show. See a list of all announced vocalists in the replies.
Former Queens of The Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri is working with the band again. Add that with the news that Dave Grohl is on board for the new album and things seem to be heading in a great direction.
The Black Dahlia Murder drummer Shannon Lucas has left the band in order to focus on other projects. Watch his video statement in the replies. Alan Cassidy (ex-Abigail Williams) is currently filling in.
Rachel Taylor has rejoined He is We and will be writing, singing, and touring in support of a new album. This will all be happening without bandmate Trevor Kelly, however. Check out the video announcement in the replies.