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PVRIS Part Ways With Drummer Justin Nace

Drummer Justin Nace has quit PVRIS after six years in the band

PVRIS drummer Justin Nace has announced that will be leaving the band.

Justin, who joined the band in 2014 to replace original drummer Brad Griffin, recorded two studio albums with the electro-rock outfit plus last year’s Hallucinations EP.

The drummer broke the news on Twitter yesterday in a series of posts.

After six years, my time drumming for PVRIS has come to an end,” said Justin. “It’s been incredible traveling the world and playing shows with them. I’m so thankful to have met so many caring and supportive fans across so many continents.”

He continues: “Thanks to PVRIS, and a massive thanks and love to you guys for all the amazing support and love along the way. Made me feel at home, and that means the world to me. Looking forward to this year, and seeing what’s next on my musical journey.”

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PVRIS haven’t yet to responded to Justin’s announcement.

They play three shows in the UK next month – get your tickets here.

PVRIS UK tour 2020


18 Glasgow, St Luke’s
19 Manchester, Gorilla
20 London, Electric Brixton

Posted on January 30th 2020, 3:34pm
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