The Lynyrd Skynyrd Song To Listen To On Death Row, According To Spencer Charnas Of Ice Nine Kills

Ice Nine Kills’ Spencer Charnas recently answered the fans’ questions through Louder Sound. Charnas chose a Lynyrd Skynyrd track when asked which song he would pick to listen to if he was on death row.

Spencer Charnas has been known for his horror-inspired style and lyrics as a member of the metalcore band Ice Nine Kills. As the co-founder, he contributed to the band’s success with his unique musical personality. The albums ‘The Silver Scream’ and ‘The Silver Scream: Welcome to Horrorwood’ ranked high on the Billboard 200.

Charnas has impressed his audience with his distinctive style and has become an influence on the other bands. He has combined his style with ska-punk and has impacted genres like alternative rock, metalcore, and heavy metal. Many bands have also inspired him, and Lynyrd Skynyrd is one of them.

Lynyrd Skynyrd significantly impacted the rock scene as one of southern and country rock’s trailblazing bands. They debuted with the 1973 record ‘(Pronounced ‘Lĕh-‘nérd ‘Skin-‘nérd),’ which included their well-known tracks like ‘Gimme Three Steps’ and ‘Simple Man.’ The band preserved its success with impactful songs like ‘Sweet Home Alabama.’

It is not surprising that Charnas chose a piece from this successful band when he was asked what song he would like to listen to if he was on death row. If he were in that situation, he indicated he would have liked to listen to the 1973 Lynyrd Skynyrd track ‘Tuesday’s Gone.’ Spencer stated that the song has always made him smile, especially in the movies like ‘Dazed And Confused’ and ‘Happy Gilmour.’

Spencer Charnas said the following when asked which song he would choose if he were on death row:

“I would probably say ‘Tuesday’s Gone’ by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Every time it shows up in a movie – and I think of ‘Dazed And Confused’ and ‘Happy Gilmore’ the most when I think of that happening – it just really puts a smile on my face.”

You can listen to the song below.