Glass Cloud Drummer, Bassist Leave

2014-06-19 by TheGreatQ | 28 Comments
Just under a month before setting out on tour with Scale The Summit, it has been announced that the bassist and drummer of Glass Cloud will be leaving the band to focus on a new musical project and
"other artistic interests." The split is amicable, and the remaining members of Glass Cloud have stated that the two are welcome to join in on future Glass Cloud projects. For the tour, they have
been in contact with unspecified "very talented friends" to fill out the live band. For more information, including the band's official statement, follow the link below.

http://www.altpress.com/news/entry/glass_cloud_drummer_bassist_part_ways_with_band

Tagged: Glass Cloud

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ssj4gogeta17
June 19th 2014
86 Comments


least important members, not too big a deal

OwMySnauze
June 19th 2014
1683 Comments


Hopefully this will help them make good tunes again. Hope they use SEA members to fill in.

Speed512
June 19th 2014
191 Comments


This band is not even relevant

Hopelust
June 19th 2014
2747 Comments


Bummer. The drummer in this band was stellar.

Dolving999
June 19th 2014
1765 Comments


Both were Berklee alumni.

As far as I'm concerned, "Very talented friends" will probably mean 2 more graduates from the very same degree.

Hopelust
June 19th 2014
2747 Comments


I thought it was the drummer and guitarist who were berklee alumni?

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
June 19th 2014
15796 Comments


the guitarist is the only one with actual talent in the band even though he doesn't display much of it...

Dolving999
June 19th 2014
1765 Comments


Hopelust, I remember that from reading some press release about them, and I think it read "Guitar player for TDTE, ex-singer for Sky Eats Airplanes and two graduates from Berkley".

And no Cap', not being mean, just quoting the press release haha

Pennywise_M
June 19th 2014
7467 Comments


Uncle Joshua is still around though, so it's all good

GmemberKills
June 19th 2014
3242 Comments


The Royal Thousand was a fun little album. That last ep was awful though. I'm a little interested to see how this will affect their sound.

Italianjesusfootball
June 19th 2014
288 Comments


full length was cool. the ep was a miserable piece of work though. so yeah, maybe they'll be good again now.

Rexhasta
June 19th 2014
82 Comments


The EP was pretty lame, but the songs were way better live than The Royal Thousand was. Best of luck to those two dudes though.

bloc
June 19th 2014
44465 Comments


I want roooooseeeeees in my gardeeeeeen


Digging: Beastmilk - Climax

linkpwns
June 19th 2014
90 Comments


Never listened to this band but isn't Jerry Roush a serious douche?

Mabbitt
June 19th 2014
1584 Comments


my friend actually got an offer to drum in this band, but he had to turn it down. I felt bad, he was pretty upset

YakNips
June 19th 2014
18944 Comments


yuuuuung leeaaaaaan
up in the cuuuuuut
for some morphine morphine

thisisivy
June 20th 2014
113 Comments


who? [2]

DjentyNerdo
June 20th 2014
258 Comments


I am a longtime TDTE fan and a big fan of The Royal Thousand LP but that EP isn't even relevant to me. I'm hoping that this was change for the better...

Spokklett
June 20th 2014
125 Comments


Wasn't the bassist the main composer?

Spokklett
June 20th 2014
125 Comments


Wasn't the bassist the main composer?

Rexhasta
June 20th 2014
82 Comments


Jerry seemed pretty chill when I talked to him after the show in my town.

bloc
June 20th 2014
44465 Comments


Never listened to this band but isn't Jerry Roush a serious douche?

Holy fuck that rhymes

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
June 20th 2014
15796 Comments


i've always pronounced it rowsh thats wrong?

bloc
June 21st 2014
44465 Comments


Hell I don't even know actually

crowing51
November 16th 2014
3501 Comments


Damn, nobody says what the other projects are.

For those who don't know the bassist was actually the main composer next to the guitarist. He wrote all the lyrics, the vocal melodies and etc. He fully wrote two songs on the first album too.

So I'm pretty sure they're probably gonna sound like the ep from now on which sucks honestly. First album showed tons of potential.

dbizzles
February 14th 2015
10408 Comments


I'm waaaay late to this party, but I thought the lp was shitty. The guitar work was cool and the vocals were as bad as the arrangements. But, I'm on the opposite end of most of you. I much prefer the vocals from the ep and thought the guitars were sufficient.
Regardless, I am stoke to see what they come up with next, assuming there will be anything.

Digging: Summoning - Oath Bound

MillionDead
March 11th 2016
770 Comments


Apparently they're playing with Glassjaw, now. If so, they majorly upgraded. More power to them. As much as I like Josh Travis, there's no universe where Glassjaw doesn't shit all over this band.

GmemberKills
March 11th 2016
3242 Comments


I thought the Rhythm section was one of the best parts about the Royal Thousand. Glass cloud are awful without them and it's cool to know they will be a part of Glassjaw. I wonder if they are gonna be apart of the writing/recording process on the new album.



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