Dance Gavin Dance, Bad Omens, Etc. Members Fire Back At Trapt Frontman Chris Taylor Brown


Trapt frontman Chris Taylor Brown continues his days-long Twitter war, which in addition to questionable stances and heated exchanges, has also seen a challenge laid down by Power Trip as to which band can outdraw each other. Interestingly, Brown appears to have accepted that challenge.

Brown‘s continued keyboard onslaught hasn’t diminished however, having been taking on numerous bands and detractors since. Some highlights from today’s activities:

Bad OmensNoah Sebastian:

Dance Gavin Dance‘s Tilian Pearson, Dylan Bowman and Eric Vanlerberghe of I Prevail:

Pablo Viveros (Chelsea Grin), Jake Harmond (ex-Chelsea Grin), Lee McKinney (Born Of Osiris) and Daniel DeFonce (Continental Concerts/Unique Leader Records):

Attila‘s Chris Fronzak and Every Time I Die‘s Steve Micciche:

The Acacia Strain‘s Vincent Bennett:

The Word Alive‘s Tyler “Telle” Smith:

Sleeping With SirensKellin Quinn:

Fit For A King‘s Ryan “Tuck” O’Leary:

Cane Hill‘s Elijah Witt:

Meanwhile, Smith‘s comments saw some apparent beef between him and Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke emerge:

It’s also been pointed out with some irony that despite Brown‘s continued public disdain for left wing ideals, his band released a collaborative track with An0maly titled “Come Together” a year ago. Along with the below artwork, the song called for unity not only between people as a whole, but apparently also those of different political beliefs.

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