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R.I.P. Gus Chambers

Discussion in 'Steve Smyth' started by Steve Smyth, Oct 17, 2008.

  1. Steve Smyth

    Steve Smyth Lead Axe

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    http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=107059

    I met Gus a few times out there on the road, the first time in 1996 when I was with Vicious Rumors; one of the nicest, most friendly people out there in this industry you could ever wish to meet! I always thought he had one of the most distinctive voices in metal, and that Grip Inc. was a great, highly fucking underrated band!


    Rest In Peace Gus. You were one of a kind man!:headbang::headbang::headbang:
     
  2. I-TEND-TO-DIE

    I-TEND-TO-DIE leave this world behind

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    YEAH RIGHT SAID bro!!
    Iam also (still) a big fan of Grip and I was so upset as I heard of it,
    I also saw him this year at the summer-breeze Open Air (with Enemy of the sun/Waldemar Sorychtas new band, which is awe-some!!) :headbang:
    and he did 2 Grip Inc. songs with them and he never made the impression of
    a guy who want to take his life! really sad
    cause I really admire this unique band and also I thought a reunion could be still possible but anyway fuck it, now everything is over..

    ROCK IN PEACE GUS (Gary)
     
  3. Genius Gone Insane

    Genius Gone Insane http://www.¯\(°_o)/¯.com

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    I miss Gus! I been listening to a lot of Grip lately and it's just really sad that he's gone. They had some great tunes and I always felt Gus was one of the great metal singers. He seemed like such a warm, happy guy the one time I met him. He actually greeted me at the door and welcomed me and my buds to the show. Will miss him!
     

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