In a stroke of very good news, Austin Carlile, who provided unclean vocals for Attack Attack! Thankfully, we get a chance to hear new music from Carlile once again. Carlile has struggled with a disorder called Marfan syndrome, a problem with the body that creates issues with connective tissue. This demanded several surgeries for the vocalist, as it was beginning to affect his performances, requiring months upon months at a time for recovery. It appears that these detriments have subsided enough for Austin to have a chance to perform again, something he is quite excited to get back to.
Such a strong group of teens, young adults, parents, and even staff that all have become family to me over my years of working with the foundation. Carlile replied to many fans on the post, and to some of which he revealed his imminent plans to return to music. One commenter expressed that they hope to see the singer back in music one day, to which Carlile responded, "Different scene. Different music. But it's happening. Another fan asked how long it would be until the material Carlile has been working on will be released. He replied, "Some things will be surfacing in the next few months, actually! You can read Carlile's post in full below.
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Upon seeing the article which has since been taken down , a woman by the name of Caitlyn Stiffler posted a lengthy open letter to Alternative Press , asserting that the publication buried an investigative story that would have reported multiple acts of alleged sexual assault by Carlile. The letter reads as follows:. Remember when over 15 girls shared their stories with you about this serial rapist? Because I do.
He achieved prominence as formerly the lead vocalist of Attack Attack! Carlile formed Attack Attack! On October 8, , the same day Carlile announced that he was no longer a part of Attack Attack! Their first release was "Seven Thousand Miles for What? Soon after, Austin and Jaxin started to gather up the other members of the band.