A Day To Remember’s Josh Woodard Denies Sexual Misconduct Allegations

A Day To Remember’s Josh Woodard has been accused of sexual misconduct. One of the allegations, which has since been deleted, came from a woman who said that the bassist had sex with her about 10 years ago when she was only 16. However, Woodard has denied the accusations.

Woodard said the following:

“I’d like to address the allegations against me that have circulated around the internet in recent weeks.

First, let me be clear that the events described never happened and these allegations are false.

Up until now, I have remained silent because I do not feel it is appropriate to handle or debate this situation on social media. Addressing this is my personal responsibility, and I have chosen to defend myself through the proper legal channels.

Aside from releasing this statement, I will continue dealing with this matter privately in order to protect myself and my family.

—Josh”

Rise Against, Suicidal Tendencies, Etc. Set For ’77 Montreal Festival

The initial lineup has been revealed for the ’77 Montreal festival at Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, QC. The event will take place on July 27 and it will include: Rise Against, Suicidal Tendencies, Me First And The Gimmie Gimmies, Steve Ignorant With Paranoid Vision, CRASS, The Interrupters, Sick Of It All, L7, The Rezillos, The Planet Smashers, Satanic Surfers, Jeff Rosenstock, No Policy, D.O.A., Iron Chic, Seaway, Bishops Green, Les Fucking Raymond, and Pussy Stench.