Gabe Serbian, The Locust drummer, handed away at 44 years previous yesterday, the band confirms.

The Locust introduced the tragic information on their social media pages following the dying of their longtime drummer.

The Locust drummer Gabe Serbian dies a day earlier than his forty fifth Birthday

“It is with heavy hearts that we now have to share the passing of Gabe Serbian on April 30, 2022. This world will miss Gabe as a good friend, member of the family, musician, and artist. He’ll proceed to dwell on in so some ways and thru everybody he has linked with throughout his time with us,” the band wrote together with a photograph of Serbian.

Serbian’s dying comes as a shock for a lot of, particularly for the reason that drummer was speculated to be celebrating his forty fifth birthday yesterday, Might. 1, 2022.

As of this writing, Gabe Serbian’s reason for dying has not but been revealed to the general public. Further particulars on his dying are anticipated to emerge within the coming days or perhaps weeks.

Asking followers for extra privateness for Serbian’s household this time, The Locust additionally publicly shared their late drummer’s memorial fund. Donations gathered on the Go Fund Me web page will go straight to the survivors of Gabe Serbian.

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Who’s Gabe Serbian?

Born Gabriel Serbian on Might 1, 1977, Gabe got here by as a drummer and guitarist within the music trade. Not solely was he one of many pioneering members of The Locust, however Gabe Serbian was additionally one of many founding members and earliest guitarist for vegan dying metallers Cattle Decapitation.

Becoming a member of the San Diego, California-based hardcore punk band in 1998, Gabe initially helmed the guitars earlier than taking on the drums in 2001.

Gabe was a part of three studio albums of The Locust. This contains the self-titled one in 1998, “Plague Soundscape” in 2003, and “New Erections” in 2007.

Other than Cattle Decapitation and The Locust, Gabe Serbian was additionally a part of different distinguished bands, together with Holy Molar and Useless Cross. He additionally grew to become part of the hardcore/punk rock supergroup Head Wound Metropolis.

Performing alongside German digital musician Alec Empire, Nic Endo, Carlie Clouser, Merzbow, Le Butcherettes, Rats Eyes, Moist Lungs, and the likes, Serbian additionally performed drums for Miami IDM/breakcore musician Otto von Schirach on his then European tour.

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