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Guitarist Corey Grieve Departs Truth Corroded, Replacement Announced

Adelaide’s Truth Correded have issued an update on band members, recording, and tour. Here is what they had to say:

"Truth Corrodeds lead guitarist Corey Grieve has amicably left the band. Corey has not been performing with the band for the past several months and did not tour with the band during the recent Asian tour. Unable to commit any further due to personal circumstances, Corey made the decision to leave the band after assessing the future commitments required to be a member of Truth Corroded. Corey has been with Truth Corroded for five years, joining after the band reformed in mid-2003 and played a significant role in the development of the bands sound and identity. As a lead guitarist Corey is outstanding, but above all, as a friend he is invaluable. His membership will be missed but we thank him for his brilliant musical contributions and several years of endurance and very good times. We wish Corey the very best for his future endeavours, and be assured Corey will be making a contribution to the next Truth corroded recording.

"Truth Corroded would like to welcome Darren McClennan as the new lead guitarist. Darren has been performing with the band since Sept. 2008, making his debut at the Against The Grain festival and recently toured with the band in Asia. Darren has had several years experience performing with local bands The Harrowed and Sarsekim. With Darren’s experience, performance and exceptional guitar work, his addition to the band will continue the bands ascendance as one of Australia’s longest running and leading thrash metal acts. Truth Corroded will begin writing the follow up to the highly successful ‘Upon the Warlords Crawl’ album before setting out on a national tour in April-June."

Source: Metal Obsession

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