Ex-DIAMOND REXX Drummer On Decision To Leave Band: 'The Singer Made Me Sick'
Fomer DIAMOND REXX Billy Nychay has sent us the following update:
"I'm forwarding new information regarding your news post regarding DIAMOND REXX (Sept. 20th). I have since left DIAMOND REXX (new album hits Nov 5th) to pursue other projects. Reason for the departure... 'HEALTH REASONS — the singer made me sick.' I have played drums with REXX since 1989's Rated Rexx CD and have recorded all new music to date including the new CD The Evil (Crash Music). I wanted to set the record straight to the fans what really happened. When you can't trust your bandmates, you have a real problem. Imagine every time something wasn't the way a certain vocalist wanted it, behind your back someone else was sitting in your chair. I'm owed a lot of money and legal litigation is in progress. I'm looking to have my new project out by year's end with former DAISY CHAIN/MINDBOMB (Mercury) bassist Baz Cooper (also formerly of DIAMOND REXX). I'm looking for a smoking guitarist and vocalist. Anyone interested, please send an e-mail to [email protected]"
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