Punk icon JIM LINDBERG has announced he's quitting cult rockers Pennywise after 20 years.
The frontman plans to turn his attention to documentary work and action sports and music network Havoc TV, which he founded.
Lindberg tells WENN, "After 20 years, nine albums and thousands of shows around the world, my time in Pennywise has come to an end.
"Being the singer for this band has been an amazing experience, and along the way we made some of the best fans anyone could ask for. There are few things that made me more proud than seeing people at our shows singing our songs, and it’s your support and encouragement that’s kept me going this long."
As WENN went to press, it is not known if Pennywise will continue with another frontman.
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