After completing their first new studio album in six years, Biohazard have announced that bassist/co-vocalist Evan Seinfeld will no longer be a member of the band.
“We have a long history together, but it’s time for a change,” said guitarist/co-founder Bobby Hambel in a press statement. “We wish Evan well.”
Hambel, guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei, and drummer Danny Schuler are set to start looking for a permanent replacement when they return to the US after playing the UK’s Download Festival on June 12 and the Metal Hammer “Golden Gods Awards” in London on June 13. In the meantime, Scott Roberts, who played on the band’s 2005 album ‘Means to an End,’ will be filling in for Seinfeld.
The band’s new record, which was produced by Toby Wright, is expected to be released this fall. “We had a great time recording this album and we’re psyched about it,” said Graziadei. “We’re really looking forward to having everyone hear it and to get back on the road to rip it up!” Schuler commented, “I think it’s one of the best albums we’ve ever done, so we’re ready to see what the future holds.”