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Friday, April 19, 2013

Guy from THE RED CHORD becomes a Cop, so what is going to happen with the band?

Wow! THE RED CHORD vocalist Guy Kozowyk, has announced that he is now a proud member of the Manchester Police Department!

"Yes, it's true. I got sworn in with the Manchester, New Hampshire Police Department this week", commented Kosowyk. "I am honored to be a part of the department. I will spend many months in extensive training, doing everything I can to make the department proud and to be the best officer I can be. Thank you so much to everyone who sent well wishes today. The Red Chord has not done much in recent years, but as far as we have all discussed, we do still technically exist and hope to create something NEW when it is feasible for everyone to do so when our personal lives allow it. Thank you again for the outpouring of personal support and the continued interest in the art we create."

Bummer! This is probably the end of THE RED CHORD as far as touring goes, since by becoming a Police offer you are pretty much committing to a full time job in which you can't just ask for time off to go jamming with your band. They might still record some music here and there. But with the way the Heavy Music world works today, if you go on "hiatus" you become irrelevant very quickly since kids simply move on to the next batch of bands.

We can't blame Kosowyk though. Money is real tight at the moment for mid scale bands like THE RED CHORD, so it makes sense for him to score himself a steady job with benefits and the whole shebang. Whither you agree with his career choice of becoming a Cop or not, we'll leave that up to you. 

Note: the bands official website (
www.theredchord.com) is not even active anymore.

Related links:
The Red Chord on Facebook
The Red Chord on MySpace 
The Red Chord on Twitter  

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