STILL REMAINS Parts Ways With Keyboardist, Seeks Replacement

Grand Rapids, Michigan metalcore act STILL REMAINS has announced the departure of keyboardist Zach Roth.

"After several months of pondering this life-changing decision, Zach has decided to pursue a life without touring," the band writes in a statement. "We are sad to see Zach leave but after long talks filled with emotion, we agree that it is the best decision for him. We wish Zach the best in all he does.

"We are now looking for a keyboard player. If you or anyone you know might be interested please, have the interested party email our management here: [email protected] Touring experience, Korg equipment, video footage of you jamming to 'Of Love and Lunacy' are all a plus but not a requirement. Please email your contact info, age, and anything we should know about you and we will be in contact! We will be holding the tryouts throughout August-October."

STILL REMAINS is currently on the road as part of the Strhress Tour in support of their debut album, "Of Love and Lunacy", which was released in May 2005.

STILL REMAINS' lineup is completed by TJ Miller (vocals), Evan Willey (bass), Jordan Whelan and Mike Church (guitars), and Adrian Greene a.k.a. "Bone" (drums). In 2004 the band independently released the EP "If Love Was Born To Die". Since the release of "Of Love and Lunacy" the band has toured non-stop including stints with labelmates TRIVIUM, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD and THE AGONY SCENE and tours with HASTE THE DAY, IT DIES TODAY, DARKEST HOUR, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, AIDEN, STRETCH ARMSTRONG, NORMA JEAN, SCARS OF TOMORROW, KANE HODDER and more.


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