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Suicide Silence Frontman Mitch Lucker’s Family and Friends Attend Funeral Service

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Mary Ouellette,

Thursday (Nov. 8) was a day for family and friends to pay their final respects to late Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker, as the musician was laid to rest following a funeral service.

The 28-year-old metal vocalist passed away on Halloween night in California from injuries sustained during a motorcycle accident. He leaves behind a wife and daughter.

Lucker’s bandmates in Suicide Silence have been among those most in shock over the tragic death, and bassist Dan Kenny took the lead in reaching out to the band’s fan base from the ceremony with a tweet. He wrote:

Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen also offered his account of the ceremony via a pair of tweets — one of which featured the funeral program. The other tweet suggested that it was emotion rather than drinking that led to Lucker’s demise. They can be seen below:

The members of Suicide Silence have started a donation page to help provide for Lucker’s daughter.

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