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Geoff Kresge out of Tiger Army

Posted Feb. 23, 2014, 11:02 a.m. in Bands by Loren
Geoff Kresge out of Tiger Army

Bassist Geoff Kresge has left Tiger Army, citing on his facebook page frustration with the band's inactivity. Kreshe, who offered the full statement below, had been in the band since 2000 and was also in an early line-up of AFI. 



Tiger Army has been off the road since the end of 2008 and has not released an album since the year before. The fans all around the world have been hungry for new music and tour announcements for the past five years. I've finally accepted that if I want to remain a full-time musician, it's time for me to move on.



In our Pass the Mic 2013 feature, Tiger Army leader Nick 13 suggested the group is working on new material.

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