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Eighteen Visions Part With Drummer Jason Shrout

The following message was written in the Eighteen Visions online journal:

"So im gonna do a real update for once, maybe ill throw some humor in there. Ok so we did 2 weeks on the Vans Warped Tour. It was great to be on the same tour with such great bands as Bad Religion, Bouncing Souls, Alkaline Trio, Yellowcard and NOFX. We Played on the Smart Punk Stage with great bands and good friends Underoath, From First to Last and Saosin. The days were long and hot, but fun to tan, hang out with beautiful women and pogo mosh to The Casualties. I wish we could have been on more of the tour. Maybe next year we will get the full tour and play a main stage.

In other band related news...We just recently parted ways our drummer Jason Shrout and it was on good terms. We love that fool and hope that one day he will shave his legs. =) We now have Trevor Whorror aka The Dark One. You may also know him from having almost 7,000 friends on myspace.

We were suppose to start the Lost Prophets tour yesterday, but due to trailer problems we were stuck in Arizona for 2 days. We got it fixed and then drove to Houston to get our old trailor that our awesome merch guy Zipper [justin] wrecked. Now we sit here in North Carolina on a day off. We play tomorrow here and this will be our first show of the tour... Sorry to everyone in DC and Philly that we couldn't play. We will be back real soon, I promise. A awesome bonus about our day off here is that we get to see Sevendust tonight. I know to most of you people you think that's a joke, but fuck...they are heavy as fuck! They are true black metal."

Source: siN's Metal News

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