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Aaron Marshall Last Remaining Member Of Intervals

06/24/2015
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(Prog) Aaron Marshall is the last man standing in Intervals after parting company with guitarist Lukas Guyader and drummer Anup Sastry. It comes six months after singer Mike Semensky was sacked, following which they launched a search for a new vocalist, only for Marshall to decide he wanted to continue as an instrumental band.

Now it seems he was alone in his desire to work without a singer, and Guyader and Sastry have moved on. Marshall is working on a new Intervals album, which will feature Protest The Hero's Cameron McLellan on bass and former Periphery drummer Travis Orbin.

He had heart surgery earlier this year and reports he was always reluctant to move away from Intervals' all-instrumental roots. Marshall says: "In January 2015, I underwent heart surgery. I was rattled, to say the least. This was a very dark time for me, but all I could think about was how strong I was going to be when I came back, and how badly I want to make a new record.

"Months went by, as I spent day in, day out, writing new songs. It was becoming clear that the dynamic had changed and communication was at an all time low. Admittedly, that's a two way street." Read more here.

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