Suicide Silence Singer Mitch Lucker Dead at 28: Rockers React on Twitter
The music world is in shock over the death of 28-year-old Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker. The rocker passed away Thursday morning (Nov. 1) after a motorcycle accident near in Huntington Beach, California.
Upon hearing the news, Lucker's friends, family and musical peers have begun weighing in with their condolences, remembrances, and sorrow over the loss of a life cut short too soon.
Members of Disturbed, Nonpoint, In This Moment, Hatebreed, Bring Me the Horizon and Chelsea Grin, among others, were among the first to share their thoughts on Lucker via Twitter. Read their heartfelt tweets below:
MITCH WAS A SUPER NICE GUY. HE WILL BE MISSED, RIP. pe.com/iguide/music/m…
— DAVID DRAIMAN (@DAVIDMDRAIMAN) November 1, 2012
R.I.P. Mitch, our hearts and prayers go out to your family.
— In This Moment (@OfficialITM) November 1, 2012
Even though we never met him you never want to see one of your peers go out like this. Our condolences, thoughts... fb.me/2y07GcS9s
— Nonpoint (@nonpoint) November 1, 2012
RIP Mitch Lucker, such a sweet guy. Take a moment for him today & send love to his daughter, family & bandmates. Life is so short & fragile
— Jamey Jasta (@jameyjasta) November 1, 2012
We're deeply saddened to have lost one of heavy music's most valued icons, Mitch Lucker. Our thoughts are with his family friends and fans.
— Bring Me The Horizon (@bmthofficial) November 1, 2012
R.I.P. Mitch Lucker. Condolences to the whole SS family.
— Philip Labonte (@philthatremains) November 1, 2012
Our most sincere and heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and family of Mitch Lucker and Suicide Silence...
— Landmine Marathon (@teamlandmine) November 1, 2012
Loudwire offers our deepest condolences to the members of Suicide Silence, the Lucker family, and those who were closest to the vocalist.