Korn Announces The Death Of Their Monitor Engineer, Brian Post
The iconic nu-metal band Korn shared an open letter on their official Twitter account to bid farewell to their monitor engineer, Brian Post, following his sudden passing.
Founded back in 1993 by James Shaffer, Reginald Arvizu, and David Silveria, Korn has been the pioneer of the nu-metal genre and contributed to bringing it to the mainstream. Earlier in 29019, Korn released their thirteenth studio album named ‘The Nothing,’ which debuted at number eight on the US Billboard 200.
Since the release of the band’s latest album, Korn fans have been desperately waiting for some new music or projects from the band. Most recently, in an interview he joined, the band’s guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch revealed that Korn had some plans for 2021, however, he didn’t give any details about what they were.
While fans have been waiting to learn more about Korn’s future projects, the band members announced a devastating loss in the Korn family. According to the message they posted on the band’s official Twitter account, Korn’s monitor engineer Brian Post sadly passed away leaving his Korn family shocked, confused, and gutted.
In the open letter, Korn members stated that they appreciated everything Brian did for the band over the years. They also mentioned that the band members and the Korn crew will never forget Post while sending their condolences to Brian’s family and friends.
Here is what the official announcement of Korn said:
“We are shocked, confused, and gutted at the sudden passing of our friend and monitor engineer Brian Post. Brian, we loved having you as a part of our family over the years and we will miss you greatly…
All of us in the band along with Brian’s bus mates in the Korn crew send our sincerest condolences to Brian’s family and friends—Rest easy brother, we will never forget you.”
You can see the tweet posted by the official Twitter account of Korn below.
All of us in the band along with Brian’s bus mates in the Korn crew send our sincerest condolences to Brian’s family and friends—Rest easy brother, we will never forget you.
— Korn (@Korn) January 26, 2021