Miss May I have been taking some time to reflect after a fan died following an apparent ill-fated stage dive at the New York City concert this past week. The group has issued another statement on the matter in which they detail their plans to honor the young fan and help out his family.
Following the tragic news that a fan died at Miss May I's show in New York on Saturday, May 3, the band has released a statement expressing their condolences and asking people to donate to his funeral fund.
The Ohio metalcore band Miss May I have completed their fourth album 'Rise of the Lion,' which will be released April 29 via Rise Records. This time around, the band worked with legendary producer Terry Date (Pantera, Deftones).
Killswitch Engage are one of the most entertaining and energetic bands a metal music fan can see today, and they brought the house down earlier this week with a stellar performance at Best Buy Theater -- with support from Miss May I, Darkest Hour, the Word Alive and Affiance.
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