Propagahndi Seeking New Guitar Player, Band Posts Job Opportunity on Website

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Propagandhi, the politically-charged punk band from Canada, is seeking a new guitar player, according to a posting on their website.

David Guillas, nicknamed "The Beaver," will be leaving the band, and, if you play guitar, you might have a chance to be his replacement.

"Hey people! Well, the day we have been in denial about for years has finally arrived and starting this September (2015)," the band posted on their site, "our beloved Beaver won't be able to join us on the road to melt faces with his 6 string stack attack anymore.

It is a sad reality, but let's turn these frowns upside down and whip this into an exciting opportunity! Do you play guitar? Are you familiar with our music? Have you felt like you've been living in a dingbat-clown-idiot society since you were a little kid and always hoped your real parents from Rigel 7 would come rescue you? Well, then get at us ASAP! Women are strongly encouraged to apply!"

According to the band's timeline, Guillas joined Propagandhi in 2006, which turned the Canadian trio into a quartet for the first time in its history.

If you've dreamed of decimating eardrums with a punk band, now may be your chance; Propagandhi included a link with their posting. Email them at info@propagandhi for more details.

Propagandhi's latest album is Failed States. It was released in September of 2012.