Invidia part ways with Travis Johnson; announce new singer

There are some big changes happening for hard rock band Invidia. The Las Vegas band revealed frontman Travis Johnson has left the group. Johnson has decided to leave to focus his time as the bassist for In This Moment.  

"We respect Travis' choice to honor his commitment to In This Moment but it left us in a tough spot. It's hard for us as well - Travis is family and is part of the Invidia story. We are beyond happy that Evan was interested and fits in so well in the Invidia camp. He's a guy we all know well and the band as well as the fans are in great hands. We sincerely hope you will all welcome Evan to the fold like we have and come see us on tour this summer,"  the band said in a statement.

Johnson also released a statement saying it was a tough choice to make, but one had that had to be done. Read what he had to say here.

Though they’re sad to see him go, the band already have a replacement for Johnson. Evan Seidlitz will now cover vocals on the band’s upcoming Screaming Black Curse tour. Seidlitz has previously played with bands Vyces, Thrown into Exile and Grimace.

Seidlitz is a welcome addition to the band as they kicked off their summer tour this month with All Hail the Yeti and Broken Rail. The tour runs through June 4 in Fullerton, CA. Check out the complete list of dates below.

Invidia’s debut album, As the Sun Sleeps, is out now. Check out the video for their lead single, “Feed the Fire,” above. The group features Matt Snell (Five Finger Death Punch), Brian Jackson (Skinlab), Darren Badorine and Evan Seidlitz. Check out our interview with Brian Jackson about the band and the new album, here.