THE BIG SIX: Deathcore "boy band" break up, re-form as PROJECT: VENGEANCE | Revolver

THE BIG SIX: Deathcore "boy band" break up, re-form as PROJECT: VENGEANCE

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The Big Six are no more. 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.

Then, just two weeks after they started, and a few days after they began teasing their debut EP, Fronzak announced that he was quitting the group to focus on other pursuits. The Big Six added Spite frontman Darius Tehrani in his place, but then two weeks later Badolato announced that he was departing the group as well, and they've been in a holding pattern ever since. Until now. 

Today (March 3rd), the remaining quintet have announced that "The Big Six is dead," and that they're re-forming as a new project called Project: Vengeance. The current lineup — Ramos, Barber, Allen, Shelton and Tehrani — are pictured in a new promo photo, and they cryptically left the date "March 8th" at the bottom of their post, so it seems like we'll finally be hearing music from them next Wednesday. 

See Project: Vengeance's introductory Instagram post below and keep your eyes and ears peeled on March 8th.