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Twisted Method On 'Hold', Drummer Ben Goins Turns to Christ

TWISTED METHOD are effectivly now on "hold" and has taken a backseat to a side project between MOTOGRATER's Jonny Nails, SLITHERYN's Tommy Burke, and TWISTED METHOD's Tripp Tribbet and Derek DeSantis.

Despite having completed work on their 2nd album, with DOPE frontman Edsel Dope producing, the band has suffered setbacks with two members leaving. Following the trend of Head from KORN, drummer Ben Goins has "turned to Christ" and Andy Howard has departed to focus on family life after becoming a father.

Source: sin's Metal News

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1. pariah writes:

Nu-metal is a f***ing disease and any creator of, or even "fan" of, such garbage should be murderd violently with no remorse. Ben G(r)oins from the boy-band Twisted p***s is a Xtian?! BIG f***ING DEAL!

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2. death to trenders writes:

I'll second that motion.

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3. Shmotz101 writes:

MURDER ME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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4. Myke writes:

I like these guys but this sh** is stupid

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