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Kingdom Of Snakes Singer/Guitarist Departs

Matt Holt, formerly frontman of Nothingface and most recently singer/guitarist for Kingdom Of Snakes, has decided to take a break from the music industry for the time being and as such is exiting the band. This will not however affect the imminent release of their debut EP.

Source: I Ate Your Microphone

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1. i hate rellik and big dan writes:

that sux a$$ he was pretty good at singing. farewell matt holt

# Aug 25, 2004 @ 10:37 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. hanger2175 writes:

I wish matt holt could stick around for awhile in my book he is one of the best metal singers ever, if you dont beleive me pick up nothingface violence, and skeletons and check out the beauty and brutality mix that no one could re-create. or if you wnt to get pumped up for a brawl pick up pacifier, or an audio guide to everyday attrocities and get ready to grit your teeth. I guess matts voice just couldnt hold out any longer. SO LONG MATT WE'LL MISS YOU.

# Sep 1, 2004 @ 5:11 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. barkmarket73 writes:

Matt, sau it ain't so! Hell, I was p***ed as sh** when I found out that Nothingface had disbanded! What a great and unique metal band, It was such a great project to hear something so different. I really was looking forward to Kingdom of Snakes (with Matt Holt). But, I guess I can understand, it is a job, and every now again you just need a break. Good luck Matt, and I hope that you will eventually return to shatter our heads.

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