Project: Vengeance

Lorna Shore, Spite, Left To Suffer, Etc. Deathcore Supergroup The Big Six Change Name To Project: Vengeance, First Song Expected Soon


The fledgling deathcore self-proclaimed deathcore ‘boy band’ The Big Six have officially changed their name. That outfit originally started as a supergroup consisting of various deathcore vocalists, including:

Will Ramos (Lorna Shore)
Joe Badolato (Fit For An Autopsy)
Chris Fronzak (Attila)
Taylor Barber (Left To Suffer)
Dickie Allen (Infant Annihilator)
Tyler Shelton (Traitors)

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They hit Sweetwater Studios in Fort Wayne, IN this past December to lay down material for their eventual debut. However, shortly after those sessions, Fronzak exited the outfit, leading Spite vocalist Darius Tehrani to take his place. Then came word shortly afterwards that Fit For An Autopsy vocalist Joe Badoloto had opted to leave the band as well.

Given that the six no longer applies, the group have now changed their name to Project: Vengeance and are gearing up to apparently reveal their first proper single on March 08th. You can see a post teasing that below:

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