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Former BMTH Percussionist Jordan Fish Spotted In Studio With Spiritbox

Jordan Fish Winter 2024
[Photo via Jordan Fish’s Instagram]

Looks like we’ll be hearing from Jordan Fish sooner than expected in the metalcore scene. He’s linking up with powerhouse Spiritbox as they work on new music. This was revealed after guitarist Mike Stringer of the three-piece posted on his Instagram stories of a studio mixing-board with Fish sitting behind it.

Last month, Bring Me The Horizon announced that they were parting ways with the keyboardist/percussionist. The band wrote on their Twitter post, “We want to thank him for the musical journey he took with us and wish him luck with everything in the future.” Since then, fans have wondered what Fish would do next after he posted a photo on his Instagram in a studio setting.

He shared his statement about leaving the UK outfit, “I’m really grateful for my 11 years with the band, and extremely proud of all that we have achieved together. I’m excited to start this next period of my career, focusing for the meantime on songwriting and production.” 

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The Canadian act Spiritbox has previously collaborated with other artists sometimes in different ways than listeners thought. Back in November, they released another version of Megan Tee Stallion’s “Cobra (Rock Remix) [feat. Spiritbox].” They also released an EP, The Fear Of Fear, that month, too.

Fish joined BMTH in 2012 and played a huge part in their sound. The first album he recorded for them was their 2013 album Sempiternal. His influence is also heard on That’s The Spirit, amo, and Post Human: Survival Horror. He is not listed on the most recent single, “Kool-Aid,” as a producer or writer. His last accreditation was for “DArkSide.” Both songs are off of the delayed LP, POST HUMAN: NeX GEn.

While it seems like he’s a bit of a free agent, there’s one thing that’s for sure: Fish is keeping it in the scene family.

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