Beartooth lose drummer Brandon Mullins

Mullins, second from left, with Beartooth

Beartooth have split with their drummer Brandon Mullins.

The sticksman parted ways with the band after they finished recording the follow-up to 2014’s Disgusting last month.

Beartooth say: “We have recently parted ways with our friend, and drummer Brandon Mullins. There’s no bad blood between any of us, he’s still our brother and one of our best friends and we wish him well in whatever opportunities he chooses to move forward with in the future.

“This will not have any effect on our upcoming tours and everything will move forward as planned.”

The band are set to play at a string of European festivals, including this year’s Download. Their second album is due for release via Red Bull Records later this year.

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Beartooth tour dates 2016

May 04: Greensboro Greene Street, NC
May 05: Baltimore Soundstage, MD
May 06: Hartford Webster Theater, CT
May 07: Patchogue Emporium, NY
May 08: Rochester American Villain Apparel & Tattoo, NY
May 10: Grand Rapids Stache, MI
May 11: Cleveland Agora Theater & Ballroom, OH
May 13: Omaha Slowdown, NE
May 14: DeKalb House Cafe, IL
May 15: Somerset Amphitheater, WI
May 17: Syracuse Lost Horizon, NY
May 18: Portland Port City Music Hall, ME
May 19: Lancaster Chameleon Club, PA
May 20: Pawtucket Met, RI
May 21: Schaghticoke Fair, NY
Jun 10: Paris Download, France
Jun 11: Derby Download, UK
Jun 12: Nickelsdorf Nova Rock, Austria
Jun 15: Aarau KiFF, Switzerland
Jun 16: Milan Italy, Legend Club
Jun 19: Trier Jugendzentrum Mergener HOF in Treves, Germany
Jun 20: Colmar le Grillen, France
Jun 21: Villeurbanne CCO, France
Jun 22: Wiesbaden Kulturzentrum Schlachtof, Germany

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