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Circle Of Dead Children Splits With Guitarist Jason Andrews

Circle of Dead Children has checked in with the following update about band lineup changes:

"Circle of Dead Children have recently parted ways with guitarist and co-founding member, Jason Andrews. CODC is extremely appreciative and thankful to Jason for the twelve years he has dedicated to the band and the numerous unmatched memories which he gifted to each member of the band from 1998 to present. We wish him all the best in whatever moves he makes next in life and will forever stand beside him as a great friend.

"Anyone following CODC over the past decade has seen our production and output slow down significantly over the past several years and decisions to put the band to permanent rest have been considered, especially lately. However, instead of viewing this most recent change as another damaging or distressing circumstance, CODC has been invigorated and motivated to a new level.

"Circle of Dead Children is pleased to announce a new bass player to the fold; long time friend and Pittsburgh punk/metal veteran, Brooks. Drew Haritan, bassist for CODC since 2005, has now taken over command on guitar and has already begun creating a follow-up to 2010's 'Psalm of the Grand Destroyer' (Willowtip Records/Candlelight Records). Expect the Circle of Dead Children sound to be taken to a new level of mind-screwing punishment, intensity and ill-willed passion for 2011. Horns up to all who've supported CODC over the years and into the future. Face down in the sewers. Keep screaming."

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