In the wake of the passing of Eyehategod's Joey LaCaze over the weekend, many rockers have come forward to pay their respects to the veteran drummer through social networking.

The details of LaCaze’s passing are still very scarce but here are some of the tributes posted around the net showing the large impact he had on the music community.

Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe was one of the first musicians to react. He posted the photo below on his Instagram account with the following caption:

“Rest in peace, Joey Lacaze, drummer of EYEHATEGOD, who died this afternoon down in Louisiana. Joey posted this picture (probably from '94 or '95) a few months ago- EYEHATEGOD used to stay with me when they were in RVA- they were amazing to watch, & will always be one of my favorite bands of all time- we became friends & I would always throw it down for them when they came to stay. Joey is all the way to the left in the picture, next to Bower. He was a funny, funny, man & I'm so sorry he's gone. I hope you are at peace, bro.”

Other musicians shared their condolences on Twitter, citing LaCaze and Eyehategod as huge inspirations throughout their careers. Read what artists like Shadows Fall frontman Brian Fair to Nonpoint and Thy Will Be Done had to say after learning of LaCaze's death below:

Eyehategod was a sludge metal band formed in New Orleans in the late '80s. The band was gearing up to celebrate their 25th anniversary this year with a string of celebratory dates.

LaCaze was 42 years old and leaves behind a wife and a daughter.