UPDATE: Monday, Jan. 16 at 10:55 a.m. EST
Impericon UK has tweeted that CJ McMahon will be joining Thy Art Is Murder on stage again at the Impericon Festivals this April.
— Impericon UK (@impericon_uk) January 16, 2017
Impericon, a band merch provider, is offering six different festivals in four different countries. Bands such as Miss May I, Asking Alexandria, Anti-Flag, Being As An Ocean, Parkway Drive and Stick To Your Guns will play these festivals. Check out the dates below.
Thy Art Is Murder and McMahon have yet to post statements directly confirming the reunion at this time.
04.14.2017 Austria Vienna ARENA
04.15.2017 Germany Leipzig HALLE EINS – LEIPZIGER MESSE
04.17.2017 United Kingdom Manchester ACADEMY
04.21.2017 Switzerland Zürich X-TRA
04.22.2017 Germany Oberhausen TURBINENHALLE
04.30.2017 Germany Munich ZENITH
ORIGINAL POST: Sunday, Jan. 15 at 11:45 AM EST
After a surprise departure from Thy Art Is Murder in 2015, it looks like CJ McMahon may be back in the band.
Read more: Thy Art Is Murder vocalist leaves band
During a show in Australia, the vocalist joins the band on stage and makes the following announcement to the crowd:
“I was a drug addict, I was a broke musician, and I had some fucking issues… I got married, I did some fucking soul searching, and now I'm back to take over the world with my fucking brothers.” He continued, “In the celebration that is me coming back to join my brothers in world domination, I need you guys to have some fun with us.”
Although no official confirmation has been made, in the video, you can see members of the band cheering during his speech.
Watch the video below:
In an interview with APTV, guitarist Andy Marsh says McMahon's departure was surprisng and also said that his actions felt like he abandoned the band.
Watch more: APTV Interviews: ANDY MARSH of THY ART IS MURDER in London