Confession’s Michael Crafter Kicks Out Band Members After Group Tries to Fire Him

by | May 10, 2012

Confession frontman Michael Crafter (ex-I Killed The Prom Queen) has fired the entire band after learning the members of the group attempted to oust him.

“So today my band tried to part ways with me without me knowing. I have decided to part ways with all members of the band. CONFESSION is my brain child. In the future me and Dan Brown will work together on songs for another record. THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING. STEP THE FUCK UP…”

The band recently toured Europe with Parkway Drive, The Ghost Inside, and Miss May I.

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