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Eyes Of The Dead

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Eyes Of The Dead Parts With Guitarist

Matt Talarczyk of Connecticut-based metal band Eyes Of The Dead just issued this announcement online about parting ways with the group:

"I apologize to everyone for this, but it is something I have to do. My time with this band has come to an end. You could imagine that this is very hard for me to do, and again, it is something I have to do.

"I would like to say that I am immensely, eminently, unable to find the proper word to express the amount of gratitude I have for you all sharing this 12 or so year journey with me. I am most thankful for the current and best lineup of jokers I have ever shared a stage with. But also the others that have put up with me over the past years.

"I know my exceeding amount of passion for this was hard to deal with at times. I would like to state that this decision is based off of personal issues and I will leave it at that. I will always consider E.O.T.D exactly what I always said it was. Family. So let it be known that there is no bad blood. And with that I will let the final curtain fall as I exit stage left. Thank you all again."

Eyes Of The Dead was also previously covered in our look at underground Connecticut metal bands here.

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