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The Ghost Inside Chronicle Their Return To The Stage With ‘1333 Days’ Podcast


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The Ghost Inside have launched a four-part podcast series dubbed ‘1333 days‘. The first part of that series has been dubbed ‘The Grind‘ and can be found here. It chronicles the band’s career, which was nearly ended by a fatal bus crash back in November of 2015. Some 1,333 days later, the band had finally healed enough both mentally and physically to be able to return to the stage and play a sold-out show at The Shrine in Los Angeles, CA.

This past June the band released their first album since that crash. The release of that self-titled affair was marred by turmoil however as they parted ways with their bassist Jim Riley after he was publicly accused of having used racial slurs in the past. Riley himself would go on to apologize for his actions.

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Riley will apparently be involved throughout this series, offering the following on that earlier today, August 13th:

“A few months ago we did some really in depth interviews with @McCormack555 for his @defiancepodcast and Part One of our story is available today. It seems like as good a time as any to clarify something about my separation from TGI. The five of us are best friends. We talk every day. We get coffee and comics, we walk our dogs, and we look after each other.

The decision for me to step back from the band is something we all discussed together and did a bad job of communicating. Vigil, Zach, Andy, and Chris are always going to be my family. I hope this podcast reminds you of the best parts of TGI, and I hope the songs on our new record lift you up on your bad days like they do for me. #TGIForever”

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A few months ago we did some really in depth interviews with @McCormack555 for his @defiancepodcast and Part One of our story is available today. It seems like as good a time as any to clarify something about my separation from TGI. The five of us are best friends. We talk every day. We get coffee and comics, we walk our dogs, and we look after each other. The decision for me to step back from the band is something we all discussed together and did a bad job of communicating. Vigil, Zach, Andy, and Chris are always going to be my family. I hope this podcast reminds you of the best parts of TGI, and I hope the songs on our new record lift you up on your bad days like they do for me. #TGIForever

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