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returntothepit >> discuss >> new keen of the crow(morgion) sound samples by dyingmuse on Dec 24,2005 4:29pm
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: post by anonymous at 2006-07-17 20:34:33
dyingmuse said:
actually, the guitarist gary just wasn't into it anymore, and i believe he started the band. so when he quit the remaining guys (rhett and Justin) decided to keep going with a new name not tied in with gary.

the new stuff is awesome indeed! very epic

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I'll chime in on an old thread, as the above is not correct at all. No ill will intended Dan-o...

I quit for other reasons, and nothing on the internet is correct or close to it. Additionally, I did not found Morgion; I did not join the band until late '96 or '97. Founding member Dwayne Boardman and I left Morgion shortly after the last album was released due to managerial and creative differences...I'll vaguely leave it at that. And no, Dark Symphonies was not a factor, they were (and still are) great guys to deal with (for those who read negative stuff about D.S.). No parting Morgion statement was made at the time, and one really isn't needed now. Beyond yesterday's news...

Keen of the Crow is not an ongoing Morgion with a new name. Musically, it is a completely new band with a different direction that has founding Morgion member Rhett Davis and the new Morgion bass player Justin Christian. That's about as far as the association goes. I've helped them out with a couple pinches, but the '80s thrash/black metal thing is not my cup of tea. They should do well if they play the cards right and reach the right audience.

This was supposed to be a short post; oh well... Cheers.
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