Columbus, Ohio’s Beartooth have shared with their fans today that they have parted ways with guitarist, Kamron Bradbury, citing “personal reasons” for his departure.
Bradbury had initially stepped back from touring with the band last year, during which time Will Deely of City Lights filled in.
You can check out their full statement confirming his departure from the band below.
— Beartooth (@BEARTOOTHband) May 24, 2020
“Dear Beartooth fans,
We feel that it is important to let everyone know that due to personal reasons, we have decided to part ways with our guitarist Kamron Bradbury. Kam has been instrumental in developing Beartooth into the band that it is today.
His contributions will have a lasting impact on the legacy of the band, and he will be missed. We all love Kam very much, and he is above all a once in a lifetime friend. We are thankful to have shared so many memories with him over the years.
Caleb, Oshie, Zach, & Connor”
Bradbury initially joined the band in 2014, and has featured on all three of their full-length albums to date, their latest being 2018’s ‘Disease’.
At the time of writing, there’s no official word on a replacement.