Biohazard Part with Evan Seinfeld

by | Jun 8, 2011

Biohazard has parted ways with bassist/co-vocalist Evan Seinfeld.

“We have a long history together, but it’s time for a change,” said guitarist/co-founder Bobby Hambel.  “We wish Evan well.”

The band recently completed work on its first album in six years, the first with its original lineup since 1994’s State of The World Address. A fall release is planned.

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