Lead Hands (Decoder) Break Up: Guitarist Says He Could Face Up to Three Years in Prison

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Lead Hands, formerly Decoder, have officially called it quits.

According to guitarist Jack Burns, “I am facing the criminal charge of grand theft due to a total of 1900 dollars being due [to a merch company for Decoder debt], and could face up to 3 years in prison, or garnished wages, which would not allow me to sustain life.”

Decoder hit rocky terrain in March after a couple lineup adjustments led to a lawsuit over the band’s trademark.

The group formed in 2010.