Beartooth have parted ways with guitarist Kamron Bradbury for “personal reasons,” the band posted in a statement on Sunday. 

Bradbury previously played with City Lights before joining Beartooth in 2014. 

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“Kam has been instrumental in developing Beartooth into the band that it is today,” the statement read. “His contributions will have a lasting impact on the legacy of the band and he will be very missed.” 

You can read the full statement below.

The band now consists of vocalist Caleb Shomo, bassist Oshie Bichar, guitarist Zach Huston and drummer Connor Denis.

Beartooth dropped an acoustic EP The Blackbird Sessions last year, which was their first release since dropping Disease in 2018. You can listen to both of those records below. 

Speaking of Disease, the band announced over the weekend that they are donating a signed test-pressing of the album to a silent auction benefiting For The Nomas, a fundraiser giving back to members of the touring community that are out of work. 
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Motionless In White recently shared a special version of their song “Another Life,” remixed by Beartooth‘s own Caleb Shomo

With the massive cancellation of tours and festivals, musicians are being impacted hard during the lockdown. One way for them to still create great content is through live streams, which a number of artists have done

“Another Life” comes from their 2019 album Disguise and immediately received positive reviews from fans. 

Now, Motionless In White have released Shomo’s remix of their hit track. Check it out in the player below. 



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