Allegiance (band) - Band Members - Former Members

Former Members

  • RJ Phillips - bass (Life Long Tragedy, Purple Mercy)
  • Mike Quirk - bass (Some Still Believe, Set Your Goals)
  • Nate Corbin - drums (Some Still Believe, Geist, Stress Relief, T.R.Y.!, The Separation, STFA, Foreign Nature, Set It Straight)
  • Ben Kinzie - drums (Breaker Breaker, Alcatraz, Dead To Me, Knockdown)
  • Jonah Nishihara - bass (Breaker Breaker)

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