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Tuesday 4th November 2008

TJ Harris leaves Fighting Instinct for Decyfer Down

THE SINGER with North Carolina-based rock band Fighting Instinct, TJ Harris, has joined Decyfer Down. Said Decyfer Down's drummer Josh Oliver, "TJ brings a unique vocal edge to the band with his dynamic style and is an exciting and engaging live performer. Combined with his heart for ministry, Decyfer Down is looking forward to starting this new chapter in the band's career."

Fighting Instinct have just released a five-song EP 'Under The Gun' through iTunes and have announced they will be playing their final show on 22nd November in Luray, Virginia at Focus '08. CR

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Posted by lacy in mcallen @ 01:50 on Jul 5 2009

dont be hating. look it it another way. there are times in peoples lives where people have to shift. For everything there is a season. Moses went from a fleeting murderer to a man who followed God and led the people out of Egypt. at this time, oliver has to take care of his family and TJ is a man who serves God. as long as there is a ministry and people are being reached out to, then God is at work in this. even if it means adjusting to the change, Gods plans are always for good and hes gonna bring something out of this and get all the glory.

Posted by wrench in heaven's gate @ 17:14 on Feb 11 2009

so was decyfer down with their former vocalist.

Posted by the stone in brown summit @ 21:12 on Jan 8 2009

this stinks. fighting instinct was really good.

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