DIET OF WORMS, the Florida-based band featuring SAVATAGE singer Damond Jiniya and MORBID ANGEL producer Juan "Punchy" Gonzalez, have officially split up. "Some of us gave it a good fight. But, due to the changing tides and influences of others, DIET OF WORMS has ceased to be," Gonzalez writes in an online posting. "The [DIET OF WORMS] web site still functions and it will still possible to obtain DIET OF WORMS merchandise."Thanks to all whom have supported this music and thanks to all who will continue to enjoy it. "On a personal note, I am saddened by this turn of events. Saddened like you would be if a friend or relative had passed away. It is hard to look at the end of something without thinking of the future and what it holds. The future is what you make of it. "I, Punchy, am and always will be the custodian of DIET OF WORMS, its music, and its philosophy. I still operate D.O.W. Studios. Currently I am working with various artists both as a performer and as a producer. Details to follow..."
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