Attila Frontman Leaves Deathcore Supergroup Two Weeks After Formation

Chris "Fronzilla" Fronzack Photo by Chelsea Lauren/WireImage (via Getty Images)
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Roughly two weeks ago a new deathcore supergroup was announced.

This new group, called The Big Six, features Lorna Shore member Will Ramos, Fit For An Autopsy member Joe Badolato, Left To Suffer member Taylor Barber, Traitor member Tyler Shelton, Infant Annihilator member Dickie Allen, and Attila frontman Chris “Fronzilla” Fronzak.

Well, it did feature Fronzak, because (as reported by Loudwire), Chris has left the band.

It has only been two weeks since the band formed!

Per a post he uploaded to his Instagram account, Chris shared with his followers:

“I’ve had an amazing time with The Big Six. This project has blown up way bigger than any of us could have ever 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 will be stepping down from The Big Six. And I just 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.”

Chris has been replaced by Darius Tehrani of the band Spite.

What do you make of Chris’ departure and are you excited to hear music from this new deathcore supergroup?

Last month, the group posted a brief deathcore cover of the Mariah Carey Christmas classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” It is a hell of a banger!

Blast Beats + Mariah Carey: New Deathcore Supergroup Share 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' Cover - VIDEO

Speaking of Lorna Shore, the band was recently featured as part of SiriusXM’s 12 most listen-to metal songs of 2022! A list was put together ranking the most listened-to tracks of the year – can you guess which Lorna Shore song made the top 12 and where it is ranked?

Here Are SiriusXM's Most Listened-To Metal Songs Of 2022