NASUM Drummer Comments On PIGGY's Passing

August 29, 2005

NASUM drummer Anders Jakobson has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"What the fuck is going on? People in the metal community seems to die each and every week... Now Piggy of VOIVOD passed away due to the big C, and it is of course as sad as any death these days.

"I've listened to a couple of the old VOIVOD albums and I've liked the weirdness of their music. Their disharmonic riffing was a huge inspiration for Dan Swanö and I in our shortlived project ROUTE NINE.

I haven't paid much attention to what Piggy and VOIVOD done lately but what I've read they we in the midst of doing a new album when this sad thing happened.

"Yet another sad passing for sure..."

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