The sludge-metal supergroup will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut album in 2020.
The band’s current lineup will play its final shows together in December.
The drummer insinuates that parting ways with the band wasn’t his decision, but reveals creative differences.
The band will play two sets alongside new and classic members for the 25th anniversary of Burn My Eyes.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer takes over for singer John Corabi and bassist Marco Mendoza.
Kensel formed the band alongside Matt Pike in 1998, and announced his departure prior to High on Fire’s upcoming fall tour.
Lamb of God has replaced founding drummer Chris Adler with Art Cruz, who had been filling in on tour.
D’Amour will make his debut with Ministry when they kick off a European tour in June.
The news comes as Manson finishes his new album and preps for a tour with Rob Zombie.
The full 15-page lawsuit filed by the band’s now former percussionist details the reasons for his legal action.
It marks the second straight time Slipknot have parted ways with a band member prior to a new album release.
The festivals include Welcome to Rockville, Epicenter, Sonic Temple, and Chicago Open Air.