BLACK MARKET HERO, the band featuring members of FLAW and 40 BELOW SUMMER, has issued the following update:"It is with great regret that we wish to inform everyone that Ryan Jurhs [guitar] will no longer be a member of BLACK MARKET HERO. This has come to pass for very respectable and justifiable reasons that we choose to keep private and personal. We would like to wish Ryan the best of luck in his future endeavors, and we'll always value his friendship and the contributions he made as a member of BLACK MARKET HERO. "BLACK MARKET HERO will be seeking a replacement guitar player in the near future. Stay tuned for announcements regarding the audition process." BLACK MARKET HERO has been busy writing and recording music in preparation for the release of its debut album. The group's lineup includes vocalist Max Illidge (40 BELOW SUMMER), guitarist Joey D'Amico (40 BELOW SUMMER), bassist Matt Fortin (CONFLICTION), and drummer Micah Havertape (FLAW).
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