BornBroken Parts With Drummer Jonathan Menard
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Groove metal band BornBroken has parted ways with drummer Jonathan Menard. The band is now in search of a hard hitting, blast beating slayer to take on live and upcoming recording duties for the band's follow up to debut album "The Healing Powers of Hate." BornBroken comments:
"It is with a heavy heart today that we announce that BornBroken and long time drummer for the band Jonathan Menard have decided to part ways.
"Jonathan has been part of BornBroken for the past 3 years and was a substantial member of the growth of the band. We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors and we will remain best of friends with him for years to come.
"With that being said, we are currently holding video submission auditions for BornBroken. If you think you have what it takes then we want to see it! Please send all video submissions or inquiries to the BornBroken facebook page here. Finalists will be contacted for further auditioning.
"BornBroken is not going anywhere; we are not disbanding in anyway. We are currently in the writing process for our next album which will be recorded and released sometime in 2014. Stay tuned cause what we have coming up in the near future for The Broken is going to blow your mind...the best is yet to come..see you in the pit."
In addition, Jonathan Ménard comments: ‘‘It's really hard to write these lines, but my association with BornBroken is unfortunately over as we have decided to go our separate ways. However, we are on good terms in ending this adventure together and I would like to thank the band that has given me the chance to be part of a family, life experiences and cherished memories. Thank you to everyone who believed in me and I will never forget BornBroken.’’
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