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Leeway - Frontman Eddie Sutton Dies


Eddie Sutton, lead singer of the iconic New York hardcore/thrash metal band Leeway, died last Friday (April 19th) after a three-year battle with Stage 3 Adenocarcinoma. He was 59 years old, and a funeral for him will be held this coming Tuesday (April 23rd). In other news, a benefit concert in honor of Sutton is scheduled to take place at the Debonair Music Hall in Teaneck, New Jersey on June 14th.

The news of Sutton's death was broke via his Instagram, writing: "Edward Anthony Pomponio passed 4/19/24 peacefully in his sleep. We would like to invite all his extended family to come say good bye to our son and brother."

Source: instagram.com
Band profile: Leeway
Posted: 21.04.2024 by Metal God


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22.04.2024 - 00:19
A Real Mönkey
RIP
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22.04.2024 - 01:34
Guib
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RIP man! He will be remembered.
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22.04.2024 - 19:30
オッサン オッさん
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RIP Eddie, the master of NYHC vocals, one of my favorite singers of this style. It hasn't been very long since Michael Gibbons had died, who was on the band's first two great albums. Born to Expire is for many reasons a monumental album, not just in metal music, but a damn strong record in general and big favorite for myself with such many great songs -- the album was supposed to be released earlier than it was, but was delayed by some record company bullshit, and I think its importance could've been even bigger as well as its exposure to more people. Both Eddie and Michael gone too soon.

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