There's good news to report from British metal act Sylosis. A serious RV crash sidelined the group last week, but Sylosis have confirmed that all four band members have come home from the hospital. Additionally, Sylosis have asked fans to stop donating towards their crash relief fund, as the band refuses to turn a profit from the accident.
Poor Sylosis. The British metal outfit was involved in a terrifying van accident while on tour in the U.S. and the band is both physically and financially worse for wear after the fact. Sylosis have incurred some pretty large bills as a result of the crash and are selling shirts to help cover the costs of getting back home. They also set up a PayPal donation center.
Yesterday (Sept. 25), it was reported that British metal outfit Sylosis were involved in a serious RV accident. The band posted a quick statement assuring fans that they were "all alive and well," but now Sylosis have described in details the extent of their injuries.
British metal act Sylosis have been reportedly involved in a serious RV accident while supporting Trivium and DevilDriver on tour. Three members of Sylosis are currently in the hospital as a result of the crash and the group has been forced to drop off the tour.
This past Saturday, Dec. 8, marked the eight-year anniversary of Pantera / Damageplan guitarist 'Dimebag' Darrell Abbott's tragic death. In his memory, Dimebag's brother, Hellyeah / Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul, took a moment onstage in Kansas City, Mo., to memorialize the fallen guitar legend as he brought tour mates Lamb of God, In Flames and Sylosis onstage for a round of Black Tooth Grin shots.
Intensity is a total understatement when Lamb of God come to town, but when you add In Flames, Hatebreed and Sylosis to the mix, the energy is indescribable. New York’s Roseland Ballroom shook to its core these bands took the stage on Friday night (Nov. 16).
Ladies and gentlemen, Lamb of God are back and ready to rock! After Randy Blythe's return to the stage at Knotfest after his monthlong incarceration in the Czech Republic, the band is set to embark on a U.S. headlining tour this fall.
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