Molotov Solution returns from hiatusFriday, July 5, 2013 2:58 PM PT / 6,408 views
Roughly a year ago Las Vegas, NV deathcore outfit Molotov Solution broke up (or went on hiatus, depending on whom you talk to). Yesterday, however, the band announced that they are now actively practicing and will soon commence writing a new album. Vocalist Nick Arthur has issued the following update:
"I know it's been a while since you have heard anything from us and there have been a lot of rumors flying around about Molotov Solution and the future of the band. "First and foremost, I want to update you on that and then go into further detail with what has been going on since we announced the hiatus a year ago. "I am happy to say that we are actively practicing and are planning on beginning the writing process for a new record very soon! "Since the hiatus, we were all unsure of what, if anything, the future held for MS. The last touring roster consisting of Jake, Richie, Shane, Robbie, and myself (Nick) have all gone our separate ways. While I am still friends and still talk to all of those guys, they have all moved on to other things. As most of you know, Richie has recently joined The Acacia Strain as a full member (congrats!), Shane is the current bassist for our good friends in Fit For An Autopsy, and Jake has been attending Belmont University's College of Entertainment & Music Business. Since Robbie's departure in late 2011, he has been incredibly busy with his current tattoo apprenticeship. I've been working full time and working on another side project to be named later. "Robbie and myself have remained close throughout the year and at Summer Slaughter last year I approached him about the prospect of doing another record, he was immediately on board. Both of us have been incredibly busy with work and our personal lives and hadn't really had much time to focus on writing, much less coordinating the entire process entailed. "So you're probably wondering how we were planning on doing this while all of the previous members are involved full time with other projects. Well, we would like to announce the return of our old friends Kevin Oakley, Sims Houston-Colisen, and Jeremy Johnson from the "self-titled" and "Harbinger" touring cycles. Working together with them, we are confident that we can create an unforgettable record that all of our fans will love. We are happy to have them back on board. "We are very excited about this and hope you are too! We will keep you updated along the whole process and we let you know of any other news as we get it."
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