Brent Young Death: Previous Trivium bassist Brent Young has passed on at 37 years old. The news was affirmed by current Trivium frontman Matt Heafy, who remarked on the demise of the artist through his web-based media. A reason for death was not uncovered.
Youthful was with the band between 2001-2004, showing up on their Blue demo just as the gathering’s presentation collection, Ember to Inferno.
Heafy expressed, “We have recently been given word on the death of one of the early individuals from Trivium, Brent Young. Having had a couple brilliant years with Brent in the Florida neighborhood band scene, doing the Blue demo and ETI together, the absolute first European small scale visit and first USA visit together – I have only astounding recollections of a magnificent individual. Our hearts and sympathies go out to the entirety of Brent’s loved ones.”
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Individual Trivium part, current bassist Paolo Gregoletto, likewise expressed, “I met Brent a couple of times before, so I didn’t have any acquaintance with him to well. Be that as it may, I have played a ton of tunes he recorded on Ember to Inferno live and he was a major aspect of the early long periods of the band. I need to send my most profound sympathies to his loved ones.
Lately, Young had joined another previous Trivium part, drummer Travis Smith, in the band Blacknova. Smith remarked, “I will never forget September 25th at 6:48 p.m. This is the point at which I got the most disheartening, appalling call I’ve ever gotten. My sibling and closest companion for as far back as 27 years has past and is no longer with me.”
He proceeded, “Brent you will always be missed and cherished. I esteem each memory we have together. We shared so numerous extraordinary occasions and fantastic minutes in our carries on with together and I feel we actually had so a lot more to go. You will everlastingly be with me thus numerous others. Paradise got an excellent individual yesterday and you will perpetually be missed. I love you. Find happiness in the hereafter.”