Alien Ant Farm have parted ways with founding guitarist TERRY CORSO, citing ‘irreconcilable differences’ as the reason for the split.
Guitarist Victor Camacho has been standing in for the band since their gig at Alabama’s Birmingham Boutwell Auditorium last Wednesday (October 29).
A statement on the band’s website said: “Mindful of not wanting to miss a date of their current tour with 311, the Alien Ant Farm parties orchestrated this rock divorce to fall between shows.”
They added: “Corso departed after a show in Columbus, Ohio, (October 27) and Camacho, an old friend of the band, was imported on the off days so he could rehearse and be ready to rock by the date in Birmingham.”
Alien Ant Farm are currently touring their latest album ‘truANT’, which saw its release in August.