ORIGINAL STORY: Yeah so it looks a helluva lot like I Killed The Prom Queen have reunited with some of their OGs, including frontman Michael Crafter and drummer JJ Peters.
…And just in time for UNIFY Gathering 2019 no less!
The Adelaide crew have just broken the metalcore corner of the internet by uploading a brand new profile pic to their socials, feat. Crafter, who left the band wayyyy back in 2008, and Peters, who exited in 2013 and currently fronts Deez Nuts.
Cop a squiz:
Crafter, who went on to briefly front Carpathian, Bury Your Dead and (less-briefly) Confession following his exit from IKTPQ, has also gotten in on the teaser-fest.
Posting a solo pic from the same photoshoot on his pages, he wrote: “Another rumour is started……”
It comes just hours after UNIFY organisers teased that the 2019 lineup would feature “two exclusive reunions”, and since IKTPQ infamously pulled the plug on their spot on the 2017 lineup, it seems a bit too coincidental that they’d tease a reunion with some of their OGs just two days out from next year’s official lineup announcement.
Music Feeds has reached out to guitarist Jona Weinhofen for more info.
The 2019 UNIFY lineup is scheduled to drop this Thursday, 9th August, but organisers have previously confirmed that a number of the acts listed on an “obviously fake” lineup poster are actually on the real lineup.
Yesterday, UNIFY confirmed Trophy Eyes as the first act on the bill, but declined to comment on some sneaky teasers posted by Melbourne heavy-groovers Ocean Grove.
Last month, UNIFY organisers gave punters a first look at the festival’s new location, which will host the event over three days in January 2019.
Stay tuned to Music Feeds for the 2019 lineup as soon as it arrives, and more info on these interesting developments from the IKTPQ camp!