The founder of the American hardcore punk band Turnstile, Brady Ebert, left the group. Turnstile informed his fans of the decision on Friday August 12 in an Instagram Story, where they wrote:
Turnstile guitarist Brady Ebert is leaving the band. We are very grateful for the time we spent together. We still love him and hope the best for him in the future.
Ebert has not said anything about his departure from the group. For now, there is no more information about it.
Ahead of their fall US tour with Snail Mail and JPEGMAFIA, Turnstile made the announcement.
Some news sources said that Daniel Fang, drummer for the band Turnstile, filed a peace order against Ebert on August 4. Many people now think that Ebert’s departure might have something to do with the order, since he left before the order was made. .
The August 11 hearing for Fang’s peace order against Brady Ebert
People receive peace orders when they are accused of hurting, following, harassing, or destroying another person’s property.
This month, there have been two hearings on Fang’s peace order. If the order is given, Ebert won’t be able to talk to Fang, hurt him, or come near his house. But the order was taken back.
Lambgoat pointed to a final hearing that took place Aug. 11 in Maryland District Court, where it was said there was no legal basis for relief. The ruling said the order cannot be enforced because there is insufficient evidence to do so. He also said the order is beyond the reach of the law.
In 2010, vocalists Brady Ebert and Brendan Yates formed the band Turnstile. Then bassist and vocalist Franz Lyons, drummer Daniel Fang and guitarist Sean Cullen joined the band. Cullen left in 2015 and Pat McCrory took his place. Ebert helped make the band’s three studio albums, Nonstop Feeling (2016), Time and Space (2018) and Glow On (2017). (2021).
The band’s fifth EP, Turnstile Love Connection, was released in June 2021. Yates also directed a short film of the same name and released it.
Glow On, Turnstile’s latest album, was released in August 2021. Blood Orange, a British singer, songwriter and producer, makes an appearance on Glow On. This is the band’s first release with a guest artist.