Tag Archives: Rigor Mortis

Public Memorial for Warbeast/Rigor Mortis frontman Bruce Corbitt to be held next month

Posted by on February 13, 2019

A public memorial service will be held for the late Rigor Mortis/Warbeast frontman Bruce Corbitt on Saturday March 9th at the Ridglea Theater in Fort Worth, TX. Despite his courageous and admirable optimism, Corbitt lost his 21 month battle with esophageal cancer on January 25th. The 56-year-old singer was diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer […]

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Warbeast/Rigor Mortis singer Bruce Corbitt has died

Posted by on January 25, 2019

We are saddened to report, Rigor Mortis/Warbeast frontman Bruce Corbitt has lost his 21 month battle with esophageal cancer. The 56-year-old singer died earlier today (25th). Corbitt fought hard as well as lived his life to the best of his capabilities until his last breath. Corbitt was diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer in May […]

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Warbeast frontman Bruce Corbitt in hospice care

Posted by on January 13, 2019

Things have taken a turn for the worse in the fight for Warbeast/Rigor Mortis frontman Bruce Corbitt’s life. The singer is currently in hospice care on a 24-hour morphine drip to manage his constant pain. Corbitt posted a video from his hospice room to Facebook this past Friday (11th) to update his fans of the […]

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Good news on Warbeast singer Bruce Corbitt’s war with cancer

Posted by on April 25, 2018

Last year was a rough one for Warbeast. Vocalist Bruce Corbitt found himself forced to retire from the band after being diagnosed with stage three cancer of the esophagus. This was in addition to him undergoing heart surgery a few years before that. The band played their final show with him last year, and we […]

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Bruce Corbitt (Warbeast, Rigor Mortis) expresses hope after joining clinical trial

Posted by on February 13, 2018

Last year, another  excellent singer was forced to retire after being diagnosed with an illness. That singer, Warbeast and Rigor Mortis’ Bruce Corbitt, revealed he had esophageal cancer. In a heartbreaking post, he said he was told he’d never sing again, and that he was done. There was a final show that included a handful […]

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You can now be a patron of the Al Jourgensen

Posted by on November 24, 2015

Al Jourgensen started Surgical Meth Machine earlier this year, but we haven’t heard much from that project. But Uncle Al has now launched a Patreon page, which is sort of like Kickstarter, but supporters contribute each month. By becoming a monthly patron, he’ll “give you an unfettered, all access, behind the scene view of what the life of Al Fucking […]

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Rigor Mortis singer required heart surgery, crowdfunding campaign launched

Posted by on August 11, 2015

Are you older than 30 and like thrash Metal? if so, remember Texas thrash squad Rigor Mortis and how good they were? Sure you do. Rigor Mortis held the banner as one of the most important thrash metal bands from the early 80’s in Texas and kept that status for years before breaking up after guitarist Mike Scaccia […]

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Ministry expands North American tour

Posted by on February 16, 2015

Last Halloween Ministry announced a handful of tour dates for 2015. Now a few months later, and almost a year and a half  after the release of From Beer to Eternity, we’re treated to a bunch more North American tour dates. Said Al Jourgensen, last summer: “Yup you heard right…will be touring the FBTE album….the set […]

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New & Noteworthy, October 7th – Sure Feels Right

Posted by on October 7, 2014

As promised, today carries a short list of new metal and hard rock releases. That’s okay, though, because today’s releases make up for their lack of quantity with plenty of quality. Dig in and enjoy what we have to offer today!   Sixx:A.M., Modern Vintage (Eleven Seven) Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx is back with the […]

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Rigor Mortis streaming first album in 25 years

Posted by on October 3, 2014

It’s been a 25 year wait for Rigor Mortis to come out with a new album, and on Tuesday, October 7, the band’s final album, Slaves to the Grave, will be released. The album didn’t arriving without its share of difficulties, though. First and foremost, founding guitarist Mike Scaccia dropped dead of a heart attack […]

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