Death of Mitch Lucker

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

Lovers were in grieving over the loss of life of Mitch Lucker, a artist for the steel group Destruction Quiet who was murdered in a motorbike incident in Huntington Seaside.

The group published a declaration on its Facebook or myspace page Friday day studying, "There's no easy way to say this. Mitch approved away previously today from accidents continual during a motorbike incident. This is completely harmful to all of us and we offer our inner condolences to his family. He will be permanently in our minds and hearts."

Mitch Lucker, 28, who resided in Huntington Seaside, was driving his dark 2013 Hd Davidson southern on Primary Road about 8:55 p.m. Wed when he hit a light post near the junction of Thirteenth Road. According to a launch from the division, Lucker obviously missing control of his automobile and was tossed from it after reaching the post.

The motorbike ongoing advancing after Lucker was tossed and collided with a automobile that was journeying northern on Primary. The car owner of the automobile was not harmed.

Mitch Lucker, who was handled at the landscape by paramedics, approved away soon after 6 a.m. at UC Irvine Medical Middle, according to the Lemon Nation coroner's office.

The group has launched three collections 2007's "The Washing," 2009's "No Time to Bleed" and last seasons "The Black Crown" and is described on the website of its history brand, Millennium Press, as "the interpreting contemporary loss of life steel group for a new creation."

On the site, Lucker is estimated explaining the group's serious musical technology strategy.

"This history just strikes, strikes, strikes," he says of the "Black Crown" record. "You're getting up and down, or you're striking something, or you're stomping something. It's simply undeniable."

Lucker is at least the second steel celebrity to die in Huntington Seaside in latest years; Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan, the percussionist of Avenged Sevenfold, shown in to a medication over dose at his home during 2009.