Andrew Freeman states everything Mick Sweda sent him for the Lies, Deceit & Treachery album “sucked”
Last in Line and Lynch Mob lead vocalist Andrew Freeman announced yesterday that he was no longer a part of Lies, Deceit & Treachery with the following three former BulletBoys members — guitarist Mick Sweda, drummer Jimmy D’Anda and bassist Lonnie Vencent.
The following message was posted by Freeman on one of his Facebook accounts yesterday:
“As of today, I am no longer working with the band Lies Deceit and Treachery. Which means I am no longer working their record. Lots of work on the horizon. Thanks for being interested!!”
In a soon to be posted interview with Sleaze Roxx, Sweda revealed that Freeman quit the band yesterday after he found out that Sweda had jammed the night before (on August 27, 2019) with current BulletBoys frontman Marq Torien. Sleaze Roxx posted an article in that regard this morning and Freeman has posted various reply comments on that Facebook thread this afternoon.
Freeman‘s comments include:
[In terms of Lies, Deceit & Treachery “kicking ass” during the few gigs that they landed] “I agree. There [is] a lot more to the story but honestly, who cares. Not to many people care about the original band so why would they care about LDT unless you make a record. Everything Mick sent me sucked.”
[In regard to having better things to do such as Lynch Mob and Last In Line] “… you are absolutely right! Thanks Brad“