Bryan Binneman, lead vocalist for South African metalcore band Facing the Gallows explains his reasons for deciding to leave the band in an official video statement via the band’s social media platforms.
This comes after the bands recent 10 year anniversary and release of their 3rd studio album Dead Mindset to widespread critical acclaim both locally and internationally. The UK’s Metal Hammer had the following to say when they gave the album a fantastic 7/10 review in March “Despite their penchant for bludgeoning ,the band aren’t afraid to push the boundaries of their sound. Impressive stuff”
Watch Bryan’s statement here:
Facing the Gallows are supporting American’s Fit For A King on the 29th June at Arcade Empire (PTA) and 30th June at Sundowners (JHB). These will be Bryan’s last 2 shows so go and show your support and give him the goodbye he deserves!
Facing The Gallows will be looking for a new vocalist, the band will make an official statement and announce their plans after the Fit For A King Tour.
Facing the Gallows are well known for their high energy and explosive live performances from small club stages to large festival shows.
Have played every major festival including Oppikoppi, Ramfest, Woodstock, Krank’d up, Thornfest, and Splashy Fen to name a few.
Since forming, Facing the Gallows have opened for international acts such as August Burns Red, Every Time I Die, Darkest Hour, Our Last Night, The Ghost Inside, Affiance, Underoath, Asking Alexandria, Have Heart, Shipwreck, Unearth and Protest the Hero.