Impending Doom’s David Sitting responds to the rumors that the band has recently lost members:

“Yes, it’s true we have parted ways with both Manny and Isaac.  Both of them felt like this was not for them anymore; it happened a while back before we entered the studio.  Not everyone can maintain the amount of passion that Impending Doom requires.  That being said, we are still great friends with both Manny and Isaac and wish them both nothing but the best.  Our good friend Brandon Trahan (ex Mirror of Dead Faces) has stepped in on drums and just recently finished tracking on our upcoming record, which will be released this summer. As for rhythm guitar, we have someone stepping in for our upcoming tours and summer festivals.  Be on the look out for new tour dates and a new record.”

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