Maybe you do. But I don’t. Soil, who is perhaps one of the worst things to happen to music since Milli Vanilli, are down a frontman after A.J. Cavalier took an “indefinite hiatus” from the Chicago rockers.
Meanwhile, drummer Tom Schofield says he is “looking for new musical opportunities while A.J. is on hiatus.” This leave Soil in a bit of a lurch, as they have tour dates coming up and now, they are short two dudes.
I wrote this band’s bio once, and I asked them who they’ve been compared to. They told me Soil. I told them never to repeat that again, because no band should want to be compared to these hacks.
Soil’s next date is set for July 28 with Buckcherry in Minneapolis, Minn. According to Blabbermouth, Soil may recruit ex-Silvergun singer Jordan Lee and Chainwax’s Mike Tignino to fill in for the band’s scheduled tour dates. Nothing has been confirmed yet, though. I am hoping this leads to the eventual demise of Soil, because any band that spells its name like SOiL is fucking gay-suck.
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