Singer: GODHEAD Did Not Split Up!

January 15, 2004

GODHEAD vocalist Jason Miller has issued a statement refuting the reports that the band have split up. An e-mail sent to The Official Godhead Club mailing list yesterday (January 14) from someone claiming to be Miller stated simply: "I am here to announce the end of GODHEAD. It has been a long road. Thanks for the support."

However, as it turns out, the e-mail was the work of an impostor. "I don't know WHY but someone on Yahoo is pretending to be me and claimed on the Official Yahoo Godhead Site (that I didn't even know about) that the band has broken up," Miller said. "Nothing could be further from the truth! [Guitarist] Mike [Miller] and I just played an acoustic show on Saturday, we have a new video for 'Far Too Long' about to come out and a new tour planned for March! I know we've had some setbacks but we don't give up around here!"

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