We know this will come as a shock to our fans. Brendan has been a big part of this band for many years, and it’s a decision that has not been taken lightly.
We will still be moving forward with recording our new album in the first half of 2017 as planned, and are looking forward to getting back on the road to perform for you all later this year with a new bassist on board.
***There are a number of services available to those that are experiencing domestic violence. If you are experiencing violence at home, please call 1800-Respect (1800 737 732) or visit whiteribbon.org.au and/or reachout.com.au. Domestic violence is inexcusable in any context.
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