The London-based mathcore weirdos took to socials to make the announcement on November 26, claiming that both parties mutually agreed that continuing this partnership wasn’t in their best interest.
Fabian has been with the band for the past five years and worked with them on Mirrors (2020) and Blossom (2023). He was also part of the band’s recent tour with Employed To Serve, which wrapped up last month.
Alex Brown was largely just the live/touring guitarist, but has still been on the road with the band for a while. The statement shows gratitude for both past members for all they’ve done for the band.
The full statement says:
“We are sad to announce that we are parting ways with our long term bass player Luke Fabian after five years.
“Together we have achieved things beyond our wildest dreams, from touring around Europe and the UK to playing amazing festivals and releasing music together that we are truly proud of.
“We have mutually agreed that working together professionally is something we can no longer continue with. However we would like to thank Luke for his unparalleled skills and contribution on the bass and vocals. It also wouldn’t feel right to not highlight his massive contributions and work behind the scenes in PUPIL SLICER, of which we are eternally grateful.
“We would also like to thank our live guitarist Alex Brown for his phenomenal work and dedication over 2023 as he will no longer be performing with us as we move into 2024.
“Our upcoming headline show as part of reality unfolds is still going ahead as planned and we look forward to seeing you all next year!
We’ll see what this means for the band going forward, but as of now, there doesn’t seem to be any bad blood, and it looks like the band will continue minus the two members. Look out for announcements soon about who will step up.
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