Tag Archives: Threatin

Ex-Threatin Bandmates Win Lawsuit Against Jered Eames

Posted by on May 14, 2019

Joe Prunera and Dane Davis, formerly of fake metal band Threatin, have sued “founder”/ frontman Jered Threatin (real name Jered Eames) and won. According to public records reported on by Metal Sucks, ex-guitarist Prunera and ex-drummer Davis filed separate cases on December 24, 2018 taking Eames and wife Kelsey to small claims court in San […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 10 Shocking Moments of 2018

Posted by on December 31, 2018

2018 has been one strange year filled with conspiracies, farewell tours, and a few bold statements. While we’ve shared a few of our favorite concerts, as well as Bram’s, Zach’s, Matt’s, Jeff’s, Josh’s, Joe’s, and Zenae’s favorite metal albums of 2018; it’s now time to reveal our top ten shocking moments of the year, which […]

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Jered Threatin breaks his silence in new interview

Posted by on December 14, 2018

Earlier last month, Threatin managed to book a European tour to an empty room. It’s probably one of the most shocking Disaster Artist-like stories we’ve seen in quite some time. Not only did Jered Eames create the name Threatin, he also paid for bots to build a fake following, as well as created an entire […]

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Threatin bassist Gavin Carney breaks his silence

Posted by on November 21, 2018

Threatin bassist Gavin Carney has broken his silence regarding the conspiracy on how Jered Threatin managed to devise a plan to book a European tour. Despite what we’ve heard from guitarist Joe Prunera and drummer Dane Davis, Carney doesn’t feel conned by Jered. In the below video, the bassist has admitted to never physically meeting […]

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Jered Threatin “had a problem with sharing the glory,” brother says

Posted by on November 16, 2018

We are still puzzled and amazed on how the Threatin story escalated to the New York Times. One would think a story like this would come from a Netflix original series (perhaps it still could?) but instead, the tale about a “band” booking a European tour to perform to a crowd of no one, actually […]

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Jered Threatin’s identity revealed, his brother Scott Eames (Thy Antichrist) breaks silence

Posted by on November 14, 2018

Both Metal Sucks and Metal Injection have discovered the identity of Jered Threatin, the one that has taken the wrong steps to make himself “famous.” There’s that old phrase, “do not try this at home.” The same rules should apply with what Jered has done: deceive just about everyone including his family. Apparently, these issues […]

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Former Threatin members reveal all as conspiracy continues to grow

Posted by on November 14, 2018

Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is a real issue that makes it difficult for an actual narcissist to seek help since he or she may inevitably deny it. Signs and symptoms of NPD include a grandiose sense of self importance, a person who lives in a fantasy world and supports their own delusions, needs constant praise […]

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Former Threatin drummer issues statement

Posted by on November 13, 2018

As the Threatin debacle continues to unravel, former drummer, Dane Davis, of the disgraced ego project has made a statement. Davis re addressed the issue on having no idea what mess he got himself into, consisting of Jered Threatin fooling venues, purchasing social media likes, etc., stating: “None of this should have happened. I just wanted […]

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Threatin Update: more news from the “band,” social media accounts reactivated

Posted by on November 12, 2018

    We’ve never heard of Threatin until this past Friday (9th) when we discovered the “band” purchased fake likes, YouTube views/comments, as well as faking an online presence to book an overseas tour and failing to deliver their promised 150+ ticket sales per venue. Apparently, no one aside from the supporting band and their […]

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Los Angeles band Threatin accused of faking existence, fans, bots, and ticket sales

Posted by on November 9, 2018

Our present digital reality has its ups and downs with using platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc. While artists and businesses use it as a fair game, there are others out there who tend to buy likes, followers, and comments from bots. To some extent, we will never know how many humans genuinely “like” […]

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