Alan Cassidy Says His Slugdge Bandmate Matthew Moss Is Still Suffering COVID-19 Symptoms Months After Testing Positive

Slugdge vocalist/guitarist Matthew Moss is reportedly still suffering from symptoms of COVID-19 months after testing positive. He is among a group of people known as “long haulers,” who have been struggling to shake symptoms associated with disease. Slugdge drummer Alan Cassidy (also of The Black Dahlia Murder) revealed the news, while sharing a CNN article about “long haulers”:

“This happened to our vocalist from @Slugdge and people need to understand the real repercussions of this sickness. Just cause you survive doesn’t mean you’re fine. Stop being a fucking plague rat”

[via The PRP]

Watch War On Women, Unearth, The Black Dahlia Murder, Etc. Members Cover Scandal’s “The Warrior”

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have shared a video of their host Jordan “Gwarsenio Hall” Olds covering Scandal’s “The Warrior” with Shawna Potter (War On Women), Vic (Vile Creature), Ken Susi (Unearth), KW (Vile Creature), and Alan Cassidy (The Black Dahlia Murder). You can check that out below:

The following was said in the video’s description:

“NOT PAT BENATAR! We got our friends to cover this classic karaoke standard from the comfort of their own homes. This song features Shawna Potter of War on Women, Ken Susi of Unearth, Alan Cassidy of The Black Dahlia Murder, and both KW and Vic of Vile Creature.

This is our ninth bedroom cover (we think? How do you count that four-song Panama set?) made with the support of Patreon. With so many musicians stuck at home with no outlets, we’re going to keep producing these style videos and use the Patreon to give some money to everyone who has a part in them. Please support our friends by donating to our newly redone Patreon at www.honorableswords.com.”

The Black Dahlia Murder Drummer Alan Cassidy Joins Slugdge

Slugdge have announced the addition of drummer Alan Cassidy (The Black Dahlia Murder) and bassist Moat Lowe (Novena) to their lineup. Cassidy commented:

“As soon as I heard Gastronomicon’s first riff I knew it was great. The dark melodic opening hooked me immediately. I knew they were a two-piece. I’ve been telling Kev for years that I’d love to put some real drums to it!”

You can read more about the additions at loudersound.com and pick up Slugdge‘s new album “Esoteric Malcology” now.