Doc Coyle leaves God Forbid

2013-08-17 by Boogeyman5870 | 19 Comments
Founding God Forbid guitarist and vocalist Doc Coyle has left God Forbid after 17 years. Doc follows in the footsteps of his brother Dallas, another founding member, who left the band in 2009. He cites the financial feasibility of trying to tour with a band full time as well as one of the major reasons for leaving the popular Metalcore act. Coyle's future full time plans are uncertain.

His full statement may be read at:
http://www.doccoyle.net/?p=235#comment-1270

Tagged: God Forbid

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NocteDominum
August 17th 2013
7215 Comments


He didn't just 'leave', the whole band called it quits.

NocteDominum
August 17th 2013
7215 Comments


http://www.metalinjection.net/latest-news/god-forbid-breaks-up

BallsToTheWall
August 17th 2013
45105 Comments


RIP. They had some good albums.

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R6Rider
August 17th 2013
4904 Comments


RIP. They had some good albums.


Used to jam Gone Forever and Constitution Of Treason non stop back in the day.



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BallsToTheWall
August 17th 2013
45105 Comments


Same. Great live.

bloc
August 17th 2013
35427 Comments


Isn't he in that other band now?

keyserfunk
August 17th 2013
288 Comments


Totally sucks. Appreciate him sharing all his reasons with us. Rare to get such an inside look.

suppatime
August 17th 2013
456 Comments


opened up for them last year. nice dudes rip

JustinKing
August 17th 2013
1395 Comments


Damn, I loved everything these guys did. Doc was one of the reasons I picked up PRS guitars.

MoosechriS
August 17th 2013
5256 Comments


Rip dudes,

These guys had some good moments

ReAnimator
August 17th 2013
345 Comments


I'm probably in the minority, but I thought they peaked with Determination. They kept putting out some good tracks but nothing they did since touched that album

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Spec
August 18th 2013
28633 Comments


Honestly never liked them.

austin888
August 18th 2013
332 Comments


Ah, man. I liked these guys.

RosaParks
August 19th 2013
16040 Comments


nyyyeaaa whats up doc

bloc
August 19th 2013
35427 Comments


lol yes

Inveigh
August 19th 2013
25529 Comments


Determination and Gone Forever were both staples of my metal listening when they first came out. I pretty much lost track of this band after the Constitution album but they were cool. Good live act as others mentioned. RIP and rock on m/

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JustinKing
August 19th 2013
1395 Comments


They fell off a tiny bit with Earthsblood, but they really came back with Equilibrium, in my opinion. Still incredibly sad to see them go. Gone Forever and Constitution were brilliant.

chemicalmarriage
August 20th 2013
2091 Comments


eh




Cygnatti
August 20th 2013
25047 Comments


this band just now broke up. what a shame except not really.

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