The American group The Locust provided information about the unexpected death of its drummer Gabe Serbian. On May 1, the musician would have turned 46.
“The world will miss Gabe as a friend, family member, musician, and artist. He was supposed to celebrate his birthday on May 1st and we hope you will find some way to celebrate his life. During this difficult time, please respect Gabe’s privacy.” – we read on the profile of The Locust group.
Gabe Serbian was a musician of the highly valued American punk band The Locust. The band combines elements of grindcore, noise rock, new wave, and punk rock.
Serbian joined the line-up in 1998, initially as a guitarist (he played this instrument on his debut album “The Locust”), then switched to drums. On stage, the musicians are dressed in insect costumes.
He also collaborated with such ensembles as, among others Cattle Decapitation, Wet Lungs, Holy Molar, and Head Wound City. He co-created the soundtrack to the film “Incompresa” (“Girl with a Cat”) by Asia Argento.
In 2015, as a vocalist, he was one of the founders of the Dead Cross supergroup, which included bassist The Locust Justin Pearson, guitarist Michael Crain (with Pearson and Serbian in Retox ), and drummer Dave Lombardo (including Slayer, Mr. Bungle, and Fantomas ).
A year later, after recording their vocal parts for their first album, Serbian decided to leave the band. The other musicians invited the vocalist Mike Patton (including Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Fantomas), who wrote his lyrics and recorded parts to the existing music. On the name album “Dead Cross” (2017), Serbian’s voice is heard only in the song “Idiopathic”.
According to the reports, the cause of death has not been revealed yet. People want to know about his cause of death. However, we are trying to reveal the cause of his death.