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Emmure Patreon deactivated six months after launch

Monday, November 2, 2020 7:24 PM PT
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Six months ago Emmure launched a Patreon in a purported effort to "rebuild that bridge between us and those who have through thick and thin, the changing of winds and unpredictable trends, continue to put Emmure in their musical zeitgeist."

For reasons that have yet to be publicly revealed, the Emmure Patreon has since gone dark, seemingly deactivated sometime during the past month.

We spoke with several of their erstwhile patrons, most of whom had no idea the Patreon wasn't currently active. One who had noticed had this to say:

"I was on their top tier, which was meant to include a personalised welcome/thank you video, access to stems, access to vip ticket sales early, free tee, a video call with a member of the band of our choosing, a hand-written lyric sheet of a song of choice, early access to songs/videos, breakdowns and play-throughs of tracks. What we actually got is two video play-throughs and some poems from Frankie [Palmeri, vocalist]. I was on their Patreon for the 5 months they had it. I noticed that everything had vanished off their page without any warning but have still taken this month's subscription."

Neither Emmure nor Frankie Palmeri have issued a status update of any sort via Twitter or Facebook since mid-September. Palmeri's most recent (and somewhat ominous) tweet is as follows:




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