Onesidezero has announced they have parted ways with guitarist Levon Sultanian. A statement from the group reads as follows:
“We have decided to part ways with Levon due to creative and personal differences,” says frontman Jasan Radford. “The past 11 years that Levon and I played together were some of the best times and some of the hardest, but as time goes on sometimes things change and you grow apart. He will be missed, but we will continue and I see Onesidezero having a strong and positive 2008. A special thanks to everyone for supporting Onesidezero.â€
The band will continue to support their recently released, self-titled, sophomore album with short headlining tour of the West Coast to round out the year, including a spot on 104.7 The Edgeâ€™s “Not So Silent Nightâ€ show with Atreyu, Five Finger Death Punch and Fair To Midland. Onesidezero will kick off 2008 with a European tour alongside ADEMA and RE:IGNITION.
Onesidezeroâ€™s Ulrich Wild (Static-X, Stabbing Westward, Taproot) produced sophomore album was released through Corporate Punishment Records. The album is the long awaited follow-up to the bandâ€™s critically acclaimed 2001 debut “Is This Room Getting Smallerâ€, which saw the group tour with the likes of Incubus, 311, Static-X, and Soul fly. The albumâ€™s first single, “My Confessionâ€, has been picking up steam at radio with the track receiving steady rotation on XM Radioâ€™s Squizz channel and Los Angeles based KROQ.
Onesidezero Tour Dates (more TBA)
Feb 27 Club Logo, Hamburg Germany w/ ADEMA
Mar 02 Rockfabrik,Ludwigsburge Germany w/ ADEMA