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Crowdfunding Campaign Launched To Help Warbeast’s Bruce Corbitt Pay for Heart Surgery

Warbeast and Rigor Mortis vocalist Bruce Corbitt was scheduled to undergo heart surgery yesterday (Aug. 10).

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Rigor Mortis Announce Release of Final Album ‘Slaves to the Grave’

Rigor Mortis have announced a release date for 'Slaves to the Grave,' the band's final album featuring late guitarist Mike Scaccia.

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Down and Warbeast Dedicate Winter Tour to Late Rigor Mortis / Ministry Guitarist Mike Scaccia

The music world was shocked over the holidays when Rigor Mortis and Ministry guitarist Mike Scaccia died after collapsing onstage during a performance in Texas. The musician was performing with Rigor Mortis, which is fronted by singer Bruce Corbitt (picured right, above). The vocalist, who is returning to rock with Warbeast on tour this month, says both his band and the trek's headliners Down intend on dedicating the entire run to Scaccia's memory.

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Ministry / Rigor Mortis Guitarist Mike Scaccia: Cause of Death Revealed + Memorial Show Planned

Following the tragic news over the weekend that Mike Scaccia, guitarist for both Ministry and Rigor Mortis, died after collapsing onstage during a Fort Worth, Texas, gig by the latter band, an official cause of death has been revealed.

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Ministry + Rigor Mortis Guitarist Mike Scaccia Dies at 47 After Onstage Collapse

Ministry and Rigor Mortis guitarist Mike Scaccia has died at the age of 47 after collapsing onstage at a performance in Fort Worth, Texas, on Saturday night (Dec. 22). The musician had been performing with thrash metal veterans Rigor Mortis at the Rail Club when he suddenly fell to the ground after suffering a heart attack. Classic Rock magazine reports that one of the band's members returned to the address the crowd, stating only, "It doesn't look good." Scaccia was rushed to the hospital, but passed away soon after.

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