It's Official: SPINESHANK Part Ways With Vocalist JONNY SANTOS

SPINESHANK have officially parted ways with vocalist Jonny Santos, a spokesperson for the band's management company has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET.

The following is drummer Tommy Decker's statement on the matter:

"The rumor is true. It is an amicable split and is mainly due to musical differences. The four of us have accomplished a lot of things together, the biggest being our most recent Grammy nomination for 'Best Metal Performance' for 'Smothered'. We are all very proud of the music that we have made over the years but the time has come for us all to move on. As for the future of SPINESHANKMike, Rob and myself will begin the search for a new singer as we write new material and continue to build upon the foundation we have made as SPINESHANK. We wish Jonny the best of luck in all of his future endeavors."


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