SEBASTIAN MARINO, former guitarist of OVERKILL and ANVIL, died at the age of 57


The former OVERKILL and: ANVIL: guitarist Sebastian Marino died at the age of 57.

Agreed Sebastianfriend of Bruce Pilate, Marino Died suddenly in the early morning hours of January 1 after being rushed to a hospital on New Year’s Eve in Florida while doing health work.

Sebastian played ANVIL:1991 album “Worth the Weight” and featured in three OVERKILL LPs in the 1990s. “Killing Kind” (1996),“From the bottom and bottom” (1997) and Necroshin (1999).

earlier today ANVIL: front man Steve “Lips” Kudlow “My condolences to my friend.” Sebastian Marinofamily and friends of Sebi was a dear friend and I will miss him dearly!! Worth the weight was extremely special ANVIL: album and it will be saved Sebi live forever in our history. RIP SEBASTIAN MARINO”.

In Pilatehe said that “Sebastian owned and operated AUDIO IMAGES, one of the nation’s leading audio and video production companies.” Bruce: β€œHe and I go back to the 1980s, and in the mid-1990s we were collaborating. Linda Rutherford & Celtic Fire, which featured his first wife. It happened Sebastian who I approached for the road crew when I first started working Carl Palmer in 2005. Sebastian essentially brought in a number of high quality production people who made up the road crews Carl Palmerthe orchestra of ASIA:; YES and other platinum levels are available worldwide. A brilliant musician in his own right (he played the guitar OVERKILL and: ANVIL: among others) – he was the best friend to any working musician or road tech who came in contact with him. He always treated them fairly and often worked for less money than he needed to keep the music going.”

Marino concluded.Sebastian… you were a diamond whose legacy will shine forever. RIP, mate.”

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