LG Petrov, a singer most prominently identified for his perform in Entombed, passes away at the age of 49 mainly because of bile duct cancer. May perhaps he rest in peace.
His band confirmed LG Petrov‘s death on Facebook with a message for the legendary singer. They described Petrov‘s influence on numerous persons and black metal. Fans are devastated immediately after hearing about this sad news, which is reflected in the comments section.
Entombed A.D. vocalist L-G Petrov dies
His band shared their sadness immediately after Petrov died, with fond messages and comments about the late legendary singer.
“We are devastated to announce that our beloved buddy Lars-Göran Petrov has left us.”, they stated. “Our brother, leader, vocalist, our Chief Rebel Angel went on yet another ride final evening. It is with the deepest sadness that we have to announce that Lars-Göran Petrov has left us.”. They described Petrov’s becoming an “incredible buddy, and a particular person that has touched so numerous people”. Entombed A.D. stated L-G Petrov changed so numerous lives with his voice, music and special character. His smile, they stated, is anything that they will carry forever in their hearts.
“When asked in an interview what he would like to have written on his grave and what about his legacy, he stated: “I will by no means die, it will by no means die”. And you didn’t. You will reside forever in our hearts.”, the band added.
Petrov’s death is due to his bile duct cancer which he was diagnosed with in the final summer time.
Numerous identified faces from the music circle have expressed their sadness and shared their condolences as properly. Amon Amarth’s vocalist Johan Hegg talked about the late musician, saying that he would miss L-G Petrov.
The word legend is to little to describe LG and what he meant for me as a buddy and inspiration.
Not only was he one particular of the greatest and original voices in metal, but the most type, humble, funny and genuine particular person one particular could ever hope to meet.
I will miss you my buddy!
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— Johan Hegg (@AmonJohan) March eight, 2021