Ex-DIVINE HERESY Singer Says DINO CAZARES' 'Massive Ego' And 'Abusive Mentality' Led To Split

After DIVINE HERESY/ex-FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares released a statement earlier this week announcing that vocalist Tommy Cummings was fired from DIVINE HERESY, Cummings called Metal Injection and said he wanted to set the record straight. Tommy revealed all the vivid details about his final show with the band in Poughkeepsie, his altercation with Dino, what it was like being in a group with Cazares, as well as what you can expect from Tommy in the near future.

The entire eight-minute exclusive can be viewed below.

DIVINE HERESY's debut album, "Bleed The Fifth", has sold more than 20,000 copies in the United States since its August 2007 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD was released in Japan with an exclusive bonus track, "Purity Defiled".

DIVINE HERESY's video for the track "Failed Creation" can be viewed on YouTube.


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