Drummer Derek Kerswill has decided to parts ways with his heavy metal band UNEARTH. Kerswill has been touring with UNEARTH for the past 3 years. In a blog post on the bands My Space site the band cites the reason for the split is due to creative differences.
According to the blog post.
We have shared a ton of great experiences and achieved many of the goals we set for ourselves in the time he was in the band. There is no ill will from either side of this decision and we wish him only the best moving forward.
"Creative differences are real and unfortunately have gotten the best of me. I wish the guys luck in the future and thank you to everyone who ever loved + supported "The March"," Kerswill said.
Unearth won't skip a beat, though, as we will be announcing a replacement drummer for our upcoming European stint on the Persistence Tour shortly. Lastly some exciting plans are coming together for the recording to the follow up to "The March" sometime early in 2011.
UNEARTH also stated that it's time for a new album.
UNEARTH features Rock House Instructor Buz McGrath doing his thing on 7 string guitar.