SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Parts Ways With Guitarist JEFF POGAN

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Parts Ways With Guitarist JEFF POGAN

According to Dying Scene, guitarist Jeff Pogan has left Venice, California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends SUICIDAL TENDENCIES.

Pogan announced his exit from the group in an Instagram post. He wrote: "I have decided to leave SUICIDAL TENDENCIES for personal reasons. This means I will not be playing on any of the upcoming shows or tours. I wish the guys the best of luck and am grateful for all of the experiences I had with them."

Pogan had been the guitarist for SUICIDAL TENDENCIES since 2016. During his tenure with the band, he played on their most recent full-length studio album, 2016's "World Gone Mad", and the "Get Your Fight On!" EP, which came out in March.

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES has yet to announce a replacement for Pogan.

Drummer Dave Lombardo recently said that SUICIDAL TENDENCIES will release a new full-length album in September.

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