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Beartooth Part Ways With Guitarist Kamron Bradbury

Guitarist Kamron Bradbury is no longer a member of Beartooth.

Beartooth have announced that they have parted ways with rhythm guitarist Kamron Bradbury.

Kamron was with the band for six years, but has now left the Ohio metalcore crew due to personal reasons”.

The full statement from Beartooth on the situation reads:

Dear Beartooth fans,

We feel that it is important to let everyone know that due to personal reasons, we have decided to part ways with our guitarist Kamron Bradbury. Kam has been instrumental in developing Beartooth into the band that it is today.

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His contributions will have a lasting impact on the legacy of the band, and he will be missed. We all love Kam very much, and he is above all a once in a lifetime friend. We are thankful to have shared so many memories with him over the years.

Caleb, Oshie, Zach, & Connor”

Though frontman Caleb Shomo typically takes on the bulk of the work when it comes to writing and recording Beartooth’s albums, Kamron was a part of the touring cycles for 2014 debut Disgusting, and 2016 follow-up Aggressive, as well as featuring on the band’s latest LP, 2018’s Disease.

Wishing you all the best, Kamron!

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Posted on May 26th 2020, 12:52p.m.
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