The members of Killswitch Engage and their crew are okay after their tour bus collided with an elk en route to a festival stop in Dalhalla in Rättvik, Sweden. But singer Jesse Leach has shared video and his response after taking a closer look at the damage done by the collision.

In the video posting, the front windshield of the band's touring bus is mostly cracked and shattered as a result of the collision, and in his posting, the singer speaks to the fear that he's feeling after the fact, realizing what could've been had the accident been worse than it turned out to be.

The band's bus driver Tom suffered torn ligaments and was shaken by the incident, but reportedly all the band and crew members escaped without serious injury. The group were en route to play In Flames' Dalhalla Brinner festival at the time of the accident.

Leach's posting reads as follows. You can also see the video below.

You never know what tomorrow holds take nothing for granted.

This is the scene I woke up to yesterday morning around 6am.
Thankfully no one was seriously injured. Our driver Tom sustained some torn ligaments and was shaken up for sure but he is ok. The majestic Moose (*correction an ELK) that collided with our bus however did not fair so well sadly.

I don’t carry fear with me when I travel as it would do me no good. However seeing this definitely put some fear in me, not so much for my safety but thought of losing some one I love (or someone being injured seriously). It washed over me as we pulled away in a passenger bus.
I felt the tears fall on my face as I thought about the “what could’ve been.”

I think of all the bands that have had to deal with loss or injury because of these types of accidents.
I think of my friends out here who do this and the hardworking crews who are out here away from family and loved ones. Sleeping in a vehicle on highways of the world.

The cost can be high when living this life. The moments of beauty and triumph can be suddenly interrupted by suffering and loss.
We miss moments, first times, birthdays, anniversaries the list goes on. The ones we leave at home carry the weight as well wondering at times if the ones they love are safe. It’s a constant balance of trust, hope and keeping anxieties at bay.

What a way to live, some will never know what that’s like.

We carry on somehow, someway and we count our losses with our gains and we make it all make sense so we can do what we do out here on the road.

Grateful for my friends and chosen family out here. Grateful we are all ok and able to continue on.

Next time you meet a band member or crew member of a band remember this, we live a different life and it isn’t always easy.
Rock n Roll can take its toll and often times it comes to collect when you least expect it.

My deepest sympathies to anyone who’s lost a loved one or had to suffer because the road came to collect.

I prayed and sat with my fear yesterday. Just so grateful it wasn’t worse than it could’ve been.
Don’t take life for granted you never know what tomorrow holds for you.

Last show tonight in Dalhalla!

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Killswitch Engage have been relatively quiet on the music front of late. Their last studio album was 2019's Atonement, though the band did issue their Live at the Palladium concert album in 2022. As stated, the festival appearance was their last date on their recent tour, with nothing else currently on the books.

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