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Turnstile Part Ways With Guitarist Brady Ebert, Courts Allegedly Involved (Updated)


Breakout hardcore act Turnstile have announced they are parting ways with lead guitarist/backing vocalist Brady Ebert. Ebert helped to co-found the band and had been a member since their inception back in 2010.

A statement issued via social media by the band earlier today (August 12th), reads:

Turnstile and guitarist Brady Ebert are parting ways.

We are deeply grateful for our time together. Our love for him continues and we wish him nothing but the best moving forward.

Love, Turnstile

Ebert had been absent from some of the band’s touring this year, with Greg Cerwonka of Take Offense having been filling in. Thus far there is no word on a potential permanent replacement for Ebert.

Update: August 12th, 2022 02:49 PM:

Word of a peace order being filed against Ebert by Turnstile drummer Daniel Fang has since surfaced online via the band’s fan community, with a pair of hearings having been held this month. While a temporary peace order was said to have been granted on August 04th, barring Ebert from abusing, contacting or coming near Fang‘s home or his employment, it would appear that the order was ultimately denied.

Per a final hearing listed as having been held yesterday, August 11th, in the District Court Of Maryland, the request for the order against Ebert wasn’t granted due to there being “no statutory basis for relief.” Essentially that ruling equates to there not being enough evidence to enforce the order or that it falls out of the jurisdiction of the local laws. A peace order is commonly granted against someone who is alleged to have abused, stalked, harassed or destroyed the property of someone else.

You can see what has been shared publicly about that case via the District Court of Maryland case search. The following info was publicly shared via that site:

Turnstile Case

Turnstile Case

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