Eddie Hermida Not Angry With All Shall Perish For Letting Him Go
But Hermida insists he holds no grudge. He tells Kerrang: "I tried really hard to make both bands work. In fact, we worked simultaneously, at least in the planning stages, for a couple of months.
"But ultimately the All Shall Perish boys didn't feel it was workable and we are where we are. Much love to the remaining members timing is a crazy thing in life and everything happens for a reason. This is what was meant to be."
Hermida says it wasn't an easy decision to accept the Suicide Silence offer. "I definitely had reservations because Mitch was a prominent role model to many people, and those are enormous shoes to fill," he explains. more.
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