The Dangerous Summer vocalist Leaves Band

2014-03-31 by Jim Franks | 25 Comments
AJ Perdomo, vocalist of The Dangerous Summer, has left the band. AJ cites his desire to
spend more time with his family and his rocky relationship with guitarist Cody Payne.


You can read the full post by the former vocalist here:
http://ajperdomo.tumblr.com/post/81087122010/dear-world-i-think-its-time-to-shed-some-light

Tagged: The Dangerous Summer

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Crawl
March 31st 2014
1716 Comments


fuck

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henryChinaski
March 31st 2014
3172 Comments


Bummer.

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mryrtmrnfoxxxy
March 31st 2014
14462 Comments


bummer

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MuhNamesTyler
March 31st 2014
5144 Comments


Bummer

drasticaction74
March 31st 2014
1807 Comments


he writes the songs. and sings them. sooooo

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Fieryfenderz
March 31st 2014
1551 Comments


Bummer.

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ABjordanMM
March 31st 2014
1502 Comments


total bumz

MuhNamesTyler
March 31st 2014
5144 Comments


The dangerous bummer


Had to do it

iamSeraph
March 31st 2014
882 Comments


total bummer.

Hopelust
March 31st 2014
1621 Comments


Could be for the best. Guess we'll see who takes his place (if anyone) and decide from there.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
March 31st 2014
14462 Comments


the dangerous bummer [2]

henryChinaski
March 31st 2014
3172 Comments


I kinda liked the addition of Matt Kennedy, seemed to fit...oh well...Perdomo should reunite with Tyler Minsberg and Bryan Czap.

NorwichScene
March 31st 2014
1651 Comments


Reach for the sun was their only decent album

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Crawl
March 31st 2014
1716 Comments


War Paint >

Slut
March 31st 2014
4032 Comments


Bummer



loveisamixtape
March 31st 2014
6724 Comments


this really blows

OwMySnauze
March 31st 2014
1320 Comments


Good riddance

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skoopy48
March 31st 2014
1716 Comments


Yeah Cody seems like a tough guy to work with, too bad though.

GoldenWrapper
March 31st 2014
31 Comments


dayum

drasticaction74
April 1st 2014
1807 Comments


The AJless Summer

ABjordanMM
April 2nd 2014
1502 Comments


http://propertyofzack.com/post/81422696021/the-dangerous-summer-break-up
They broke up

joshieboy12345
April 2nd 2014
5377 Comments


Manly tears shall be shed.

Hopelust
April 2nd 2014
1621 Comments


The Hotelier is this band's successor for me. Still extremely unfortunate that these guys are calling it quits though.

Crawl
April 2nd 2014
1716 Comments


come down, all the fighting's over

oneups
April 5th 2014
37 Comments


I don't see The Hotelier as their successor, the sounds are just too different. Plus The Hotelier has already surpassed them in my opinion, and they're only on their second full-length.



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