THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE Parts Ways With Drummer, Seeks Replacement

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina's THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE has issued the following update:

"THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE regrets to inform everyone that our friend, brother and drummer, Tyler Solnosky, has decided to leave the band due to personal reasons. We, as a band, support Tyler in this decision.

"THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE is currently seeking a drummer, willing to tour full time and accept the possibility of relocating to the Myrtle Beach, SC area to record future albums.

"We will be reviewing videos of drumming ability, including THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE music. Our follow-up album will be written upon acquiring a stellar drummer.

"Applicants will be asked to play songs from both 'Bring Back the Glory' and 'Feel Like Hell'.

You can contact the band at Theclassicstruggle@yahoo.com.

THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE's latest album, "Bring Back the Glory", was released last September via Ironclad Recordings.

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