We the Martyr
Last Known Status: Disbanded
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Canadian metalcore act We The Martyr, which recently announced extensive lineup changes, has now issued the following statement about deciding to call it quits:
"Dear fans and all you fine other folks, we have some news.
"We The Martyr is dead.
"With us having to replace so many members we have just decided to venture on to different things.
"If anyone wants to buy some of our left over merch, contact Devon Meyer. We will be selling it for whatever you feel like giving us."
You can still check out the band's music and get in touch with the We The Martyr members over at Facebook here.
British Colombia metalcore act We The Martyr has issued the following update about lineup changes and working on a new album:
"As most of you are aware, we are on leave to write and record a full length album. Since we have been away from playing shows a couple things have happened that we would like to mention to our fans.
"First off, our drummer, Connor Pritchard has left the band. We do have a replacement lined up and are very excited to be working with him. We wish Connor the best in his endeavours and look forward to working with him when the recording process begins.
"Secondly, our vocalist, Aaron Mckitrick, is moving to Kelowna come September. We have decided that Devon Meyer, our current guitarist/vocalist, is going to switch to just doing vocals and we would replace him on guitar. More...
British Columbia's We The Martyr has posted a lyric video online for the song "Militia," which can be heard below. The band also commented on seeking fans to sing along for an upcoming video:
"Hey everyone, Cale's making a guitar play through video for militia and wants to put you in it! All you have to do is record yourself singing along to the gang vocals parts at the start and at 2:01. Here's the lyric video."
For further details on We The Martyr, check out the band's Facebook profile here.
British Columbia based metalcore act We The Martyr has posted a teaser trailer online for the band's upcoming EP. You can check out the clip below, or find more details on We The Martyr by heading over to the band's official Facebook profile here.