The Big Six has had an interesting history despite never releasing a single song. The Big Six originally unveiled their existence in December with vocalists from Attila, Fit For An Autopsy, Lorna Shore, Left To Suffer, Traitors, and Infant Annihilator.
Then after one teaser, Attila vocalist Chris Fronzak left the band and was replaced by Spite vocalist Darius Tehrani. But it was all good – there was still six of 'em and the name made sense. Well, until Fit For An Autopsy vocalist Joe Badolato quit the band a few weeks after Fronzak. The Big Six put out a call for a new sixth vocalist, but never gave any updates on what was going on afterward.
Turns out The Big Six has changed their name to Project: Vengeance. The project has launched a new Instagram account and appears to still have the following lineup that The Big Six left off with:
- Left To Suffer's Taylor Barber
- Infant Annihilator's Dickie Allen
- Traitors' Tyler Shelton
- Lorna Shore's Will Ramos
- Spite's Darius Tehrani
Project: Vengeance promises a new single on March 8, so stay tuned! They'll be with you shortly.