The Big Six Are Now Calling Themselves Project: Vengeance and a Single Will Be Out Next Week


Late last year, a group of six deathcore vocalists got together to record some music as a massive side-project to highlight their talents called The Big Six.

At first, it was comprised of Attila’s Chris Fronzak, Fit For An Autopsy’s Joe Badolato, Left To Suffer’s Taylor Barber, Infant Annihilator & Scumfuck’s Dickie Allen, Traitors’ Tyler Shelton, and Lorna Shore’s Will Ramos. Fronzak eventually stepped away from the group and was replaced by Spite’s Darius Tehrani before they even released a single track. And then Badolato left the group not long after Fronzak.

Well now it looks like that project is undergoing yet another major change, switching its name to Project: Vengeance and going down to a five-vocalist band since they were apparently unable to find a suitable replacement for Badolato.

Now, armed with a new Instagram account and lineup, the band announced an hour ago that they’ll be releasing something on March 8, which is next Wednesday. We’re assuming it’s going to be a new track, but given the band’s previous output, it might just be another tongue-in-cheek Mariah Carey cover.

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