2015 has been a rough year for the Florida melodic hardcore band Evergreen Terrace. In February their drummer Brad Moxley suffered serious injuries after a 25 foot fall off a ladder, and had to undergo surgery. Now, word comes that the band’s vocalist Andrew Carey has left Evergreen Terrace.
In a statement to Lambgoat, Carey says, “I quit Evergreen Terrace. As Danny Glover would often say in the hit movies from the ’90s, Lethal Weapon 1, 2, and 3, ‘I’m getting too old for this s–t.’ Thanks to everyone who supported us throughout the years.”
Carey, who handled the screaming vocals, was a co-founder of Evergreen Terrace back in 1999. That leaves guitarist/clean vocalist Craig Chaney, who joined in 2000, as Evergreen Terrace’s longest tenured member. Bassist Jason Southwell joined shortly after the band formed in 1999, but left for a few years before returning in 2012.
Evergreen Terrace have released six studio albums. Their latest effort, Dead Horses, was issued in 2013. No word yet from the band on their future or a possible replacement for Carey. Stay tuned for further developments.
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