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Former Killswitch Engage singer joining forces with All Shall Perish, Devolved members
Former Killswitch Engage singer Howard Jones (pictured below) is reportedly working on a new project with All Shall Perish guitarist Francesco Artusato and members of Devolved. The new band is said to be represented by Mike Gitter as part of King Artist Management.

Jones was among the musicians who performed at the launch event for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on February 18 at GameStop at Universal CityWalk in Universal City, California.

Killswitch Engage was rejoined by singer Jesse Leach early last year following the departure of Jones after nine years and three successful albums.

Killswitch Engage bassist Mike D'Antonio told that the band's split with Jones was necessitated by the singer's struggle with personal issues, including diabetes that had gone untreated for several years. "It became very apparent we had to move on without him," D'Antonio said. "Howard didn't quit."

In a statement regarding his departure from the group, Jones wrote in part, "I've had a pretty interesting couple of years, to say the least, battling with some personal issues. One of the low points being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes that went unchecked for years. The rest of the band stuck with me through it, and, to be honest, they are the ones that kept me going. The whole experience definitely put a scare in me."

He continued, "Recently we've all been in writing mode, but somehow I couldn't get excited about the new album and all the touring that would go with it. The guys saw it before I did. In hindsight, I now realize that my heart wasn't in it."

Jones thanked the rest of the band for "an amazing decade," adding, "I have so many good memories, and those are the ones that I will keep."