Attila's Chris Fronzak Quits Deathcore "Boy Band" the Big Six | Revolver

Attila's Chris Fronzak Quits Deathcore "Boy Band" the Big Six

Spite frontman Darius Tehrani is filling his place in lineup
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The Big Six have only existed for about two weeks, and they've already gone through a major lineup change. The self-described deathcore boy band launched in late December 2022 with a series of hysterical videos and brutal musical teasers promoting their star-studded lineup — Lorna Shore's Will Ramos, Attila's Chris Fronzak, Fit for an Autopsy's Joe Badolato, Left to Suffer's Taylor Barber, Infant Annihilator's Dickie Allen and Traitors' Tyler Shelton.

But today (January 3rd), just a few days after the group started teasing the first song from their debut EP, Fronzak has announced that he's quit the Big Six and will no longer be involved with the project. In his place, the Big Six have announced that Darius Tehrani, frontman of the Southern California deathcore band Spite, will be taking his place in the lineup.

"I've had an amazing time with the Big Six," Fronzak said in a video update he posted on Instagram. "This project has blown up way bigger than any of us could've anticipated. However, between Attila, my personal endeavors and my family life, I don't really have the time or effort to focus on this project anymore and I do not want to hold the guys back.

"So, I'm announcing that I'm stepping down from the Big Six. I want to say that I genuinely appreciate all the support from everyone out there. It means the world to me and I love you guys. So support the boys in the Big Six, and look forward to a great year with me and Attila. Love you guys."

In an Instagram post of their own, the Big Six announced that Tehrani would be stepping in for Fronzak, but didn't offer any further explanation for the Attila frontman's departure.

"Darius will be stepping in for Fronz and we are very excited for the future," they wrote. "Please give him a warm welcome and stay tuned for additional tracks and news!"

It's still unclear if the music Fronzak recorded with the Big Six will ever be released. As of now, all of the supergroup's previous Instagram posts featuring Fronzak have been deleted. See both video updates below.