Texas In July Welcome New Vocalist, Begin Working On New Album


Texas In July have finally broken their public silence following months of little-to-no contact with fans.

It was August 2013 when the world last saw Texas In July hit the stage, and as an announcement from the band reveals today, it was around that same time the members themselves wondered if they would ever play together again. Alex Good, longtime frontman, was leaving, and as soon as tour ended guitarist Christian Royer decided it was time for him to depart as well. The band was in shambles, but they have since found a new frontman and are once again ready to attempt taking the world by storm.

Today, the remaining members of Texas In July announced J.T. Cavey as their new, full-time vocalist. The group is already in the studio working on new material and they hope to have an album in stores later this year. You can view a video explaining the member changes and where the group sees themselves headed in the future below.

We do not yet know if Alex Good will front another band, but we sure hope he is not done with music. We will bring you more information as soon as additional details become available.

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