UNEARTH Announce Benefit Show in MA For Slain Former Bassist
- Posted on January 4, 2011
Metalcore mainstays Unearth have announced their first show of 2011, a benefit show in Lynn, MA for their former bass player Chris "Rover" Rybicki, who was tragically killed at the hands of an "alleged drunk driver". The band issued this update with all the details:
Our first gig of 2011 will be a benefit show for our former bass player Chris "Rover" Rybicki, who tragically lost his life at the hands of an alleged drunk driver this past September. We will be playing alongside another one of Rover's former bands, No Choice as well as our friends in Screams of Erida and Gasket. All proceeds will go directly to the Rybicki family. Come down to one of our old stomping grounds to celebrate the life of our long time friend as well as helping out the family he left behind. R.I.P. Rover
Date: February 19th
Place: Saint Michaels Hall, 25 Elmwood Ave. Lynn, MA
Doors at 6pm.
Tickets are just $10 and only available at the door when doors open
More info here
Unearth recently parted ways with drummer Derek Kerswill over "creative differences" and have enlisted Branden Morgan of Misery Signals to fill in temporarily. The band entered the studio in November to begin work on a new album with producer and longtime calibrator, Adam D.