Devildriver Member Kicked Off Tour and Going To Rehab
He's also revealed the "family emergency" which saw him leaving a European tour earlier this year was actually the band forcing him to go home for his own good.
"I was asked to leave by my band and management. I need to make a change so I can save my own life and keep the friends I have left," Miller says. "I've been touring with DevilDriver for the past ten years and the drugs and alcohol have finally caught up with me. I realised that when I ended up in intensive care on my birthday last week."
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