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My Band Broke Up..

Without A Jury, the band that I've been a part of for 2 years, disbanded rtoday. Of all things, it rwas due to our singer's dad pulling him out of it for rbeing irresponsible. I had a lot of fun making rmusic with these guys, even rtho we only ever recorded a 3-song demo. We had studio time rreserved rfor winter to record our full-length, but I guess that's done. I get to keep r$750 guess rthen. List is just an intro to the members who I'm gonna miss rmaking music with so, so much.
1Meshuggah
Chaosphere


Eric - Singer/Guitarist. He was an amazing guitarist in the way that a painter is an amazing painter, all of his notes were carefully picked and precise. It was as if he put everything under a microscope and examined every small detail to make it the best it could be. This album reminds me of him because he loved Djent way too much for being in an Alt band, and would always play it in his car wherever we went (either djent or old Maroon 5, or, as of late, Wiz Khalifa's Rolling Papers. Yeah, wtf)
2blink-182
Enema of the State


Elliott - Guitarist. Elliott was an amazing guitarist in the way that you can just listen to his solos and just be in awe at how absolutely face-melting they were. What he called his "signature" was shredding while using the wah-pedal. He brought a very classic rock, Angus Young vibe to the music, which I really appreciate. This album reminds me of him because anytime we'd ever need to drive to Chicago for a show or anywhere far, we'd pop this in and we'd air-drum together. While he was driving. Safe? No. Fun? Fuck yeah.
3Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
The Heist


Ryan - Bassist. There's not much to really say about Ryan, he was never a stunning bassist. He's just a bassist. He was a really chill dude to hang out with though, and I gotta thank him for getting me into Macklemore. He also tried getting me to like Lil Wayne, Tyga and dubstep, to no avail.
4Bomb the Music Industry!
Adults!!!


Me - Drummer. Album is just what I'm listening to currently. Although Eric was presumed frontman, I wrote a good amount of the lyrics. It really wouldn't be the same without him, he had a really great way of coming up with great riffs. I just am not sure what to do, I have all of this material that I wrote for the band, but nowhere to use it. I have a 7-song concept album written, might join my friends band as a 2nd guitarist or something
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