Woe, is Me Kick Out Drummer: Progression with Our Current Lineup is Not Possible

by | Mar 10, 2013

Woe, is Me have parted ways with drummer Austin Thornton.

“Due to differences in musical creativity and control, the forward progression of the band with our current lineup is not possible,” the band commented. “The differences just ended up creating more frustration and negativity and we feel as though this change is necessary to move forward and is a positive thing for everyone involved.”

The band said they wont be cancelling any shows. “This will not be slowing us down. We won’t be dropping any of our shows or tour dates, and we’ll be releasing a new single in June, just in time for Warped Tour in the summer!”

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