Living Sacrifice

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Living Sacrifice
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Former Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray joined the band in the summer of 1998 playing the guitar according to Living Sacrifice's website.[1] He joined the band for The Hammering Process (released in 2000) and Conceived in Fire (released in 2002). The band broke up in 2003 but came together again in 2005 to release a 'best of' CD called 'In Memoriam' which includes three new songs called 'In Christ', 'The Power of God' and 'Killers'.

Around the time Origin was being recorded, Ben Moody was asked to join the band, but he refused it to keep working with Evanescence.[2]

Frontman Bruce Fitzhugh provided guest male vocals on Lies, from Evanescence's 2000 demo album, Origin.

On February 4th, 2008, Living Sacrifice announced their reunion.

Band Members

  • Bruce Fitzhugh - Vocals (1997-2003, 2005, 2008-present), Guitars (1989-2003, 2005, 2008-present)
  • Lance Garvin - Drums (1989-2003, 2005, 2008-present)
  • D.J. - Vocals, Bass (1989-1995)
  • Jason Truby - Guitar (1989-1998)
  • Chris Truby - Bass (1995-1998)
  • Cory Brandan Putman - Vocals, Guitar (1998)
  • Jay Stacy - Bass (1998-1999)
  • Rocky Gray - Guitars, Vocals (1999-2003, 2005, 2008-present)
  • Arthur Green - Bass (1999-2003, 2008-present)
  • Matt Putman - Percussion, Vocals (1999-2003)


  • Living Sacrifice (1991)
  • Nonexistant (1992)
  • Inhabit (1994)
  • Reborn (1997)
  • The Hammering Process (2000)
  • Conceived In Fire (2002)
  • The Infinite Order (2010)
  • Ghost Thief (2013)


Official Living Sacrifice site


  1. "At the end of the summer [1998] Rocky Gray joined Living Sacrifice and we began writing the new record with him. He has had a profound effect on the sound of Living Sacrifice. He has helped to streamline our sound bringing in different aspects of metal and melody."
  2. "Review Courtesy of True Tunes Magazine". 2000.