Guitarist Jon Aaron has officially quit M.O.D. after completing the group's New Year's Eve shows in Texas. "I am absolutely honored to have played alongside Billy Milano, Scott Sargeant and Danny Burkhardt," Aaron said. "It was my time to move on."In other news, Aaron's side project GRAVEYARD BBQ are scheduled to release their debut album, entitled "Greatest Hits", in March. Jon Aaron is continuing to seek members for his new project, tentatively dubbed DILATE. According to Aaron, DILATE will be a group that "brings back substance, songwriting, and new sounds back to extreme heavy music." More information is available at JonAaron.net.
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