GODHEAD Call It Quits?

GODHEAD have reportedly split up. In an e-mail sent to The Official Godhead Club mailing list earlier today (January 14), frontman Jason Miller stated simply: "I am here to announce the end of GODHEAD. It has been a long road. Thanks for the support." No further information is available at this time.

GODHEAD's most recent album, "Evolver", was issued last year through Reality Entertainment. The album was produced by Warren Croyle (who also heads up Reality) and partner Joe Floyd and included guest appearances by STATIC-X frontman Wayne Static and DAVID BOWIE/THE CURE guitarist Reeves Gabrels. GODHEAD were previously signed to MARILYN MANSON's Posthuman Records, which issued the band's 2001 release, "2000 Years Of Human Error".

UPDATE: The e-mail in question was the work of an impostor. GODHEAD are alive and well, according to singer Jason Miller. Read more here.


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