NewsOctober 22, 2002 5:30 PM ET6,327 views

Simon Brody and The Scheme

Former Drowningman vocalist Simon Brody has finally publicly acknowledged his new project, which will be called The Scheme. The group will also feature Drowningman alumni Denny Donovan and Todd Tomlinson in addition to Peter Martin (Lifetime) and Ian Miller (Redemption 87). Brody states that "fans of all our old bands will like it. I personally guarantee this." As for his departure from Drowningman, Brody says the following: "A few people have emailed me asking about reasons why Drowningman broke up and it seems some of you have heard some kind of weird stories floating around as to why I chose to quit. The long and short of it is, my fiance of 2+ years and I broke up. I went through a very difficult period after this happened, I quit about a week later. Obviously a hardcore band that my heart wasn't fully into anymore was pretty far down on my list of concerns."



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