I know I could give a fuck, but maybe you’re going to be excited to learn that there’s now two versions of Divine Heresy floating around in the world.
They should both be floating around the rim of a toilet.
It seems to me people care so let’s see if I can explain this.
It seems former frontman and meathead Tommy Vext has teamed up with drummer Tim Yeung to start one version of Divine Heresy, while guitarist and Fear Factory founder Dino Cazares claims to be in another version with Travis Neil.
Trav replaces Vext when Tommy and Dino had it out in 2008.
All I know is, there’s going to be a lawsuit.
Vext will lose. Dino can likely afford the legal fees associated.
“Travis Neil and I have 5 songs complete and when we finish writing for the new cd we will announce who the drummer and a bassist will be. Unfortunately Due to personal reasons beyond his control Joe Payne cannot do it right now. We love him and wish him luck. The reason why it’s taking us so long is we want to write the best songs and sometimes that takes time plus we also have other personal projects occupying our time . Thank you for your patience and support.”
If you’re confused, just do what I do: Don’t listen to Divine Heresy.
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