Everyone In The Last Ten Seconds of Life Has Quit Except for Guitarist Wyatt McLaughlin
Well, this is intense news — literally seconds before we were going to post a photoset of Pennsylvania deathcore crew The Last Ten Seconds of Life playing in support of Cattle Decapitation, we’ve now learned that every member of the band except for guitarist Wyatt McLaughlin has quit. Damn, dude, maybe that tour wasn’t so fun after all!
As reported by Lambgoat, vocalist John Robert Centorrino, drummer Steven Sanchez, and bassist Mike Menocker have all left the band.
Menocker released the following statement:
“With details aside, it’s with a heavy heart that I announce my resignation of bass duties in my current band. The Last Ten Seconds of Life was the ride of a lifetime, thanks for every moment.”
Centorrino, meanwhile, made this statement, but also made a point of letting us know that he will not be saying anything further:
“After years of debate, I’ve voluntarily stepped down from The Last Ten Seconds of Life. I will not be making a detailed statement.”
Woof. We gotta respect Centorrino on this — we appreciate a dude saying, “This is all you’re going to know. Don’t call me, I’ll call you.”
No word McLaughlin as to what happened or where the band will be headed from here on out. As Metal Injection points out, the band just released their self-titled album a few weeks ago, so we wonder what’s transpired since then.
More as we know it.