SCAR CULTURE have parted ways with vocalist Pheroze Karai and touring drummer Alpheus Underhill. No reason was given for their departure.After months of touring in support of the band's Century Media debut, "Inscribe", the group have returned home early from their tour with ORIGIN, ALL THAT REMAINS and CREMATORIUM due to the lineup changes. The remaining members, John Conley (guitar, head songwriter) and Frank Cannino (bass) will immediately begin the writing process for the band's sophomore disc, which should see a late 2003 release. Original drummer Duke Borisov will return to the fold for the writing process, as well as recording. SCAR CULTURE are currently searching for a new vocalist and drummer (mainly for touring purposes). All interested parties should contact [email protected] and must be in the NYC area or be willing to relocate.
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