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July 29, 2022, a sad day for the international Christian rock scene

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Published on july 30th, 2022 | by Anthony Martinez


July 29th will be remembered in Christian rock as a sad day after the death of legendary bassist Michael Bloodgood and Rescate singer Ulises Eyherabide.


Kaleb Luebchow, passed away two days earlier on July 27, however, the news began to transcend even more on the 29th as a result of the death of Michael and Ulises.


Michael Bloodgood passed away after a battle to save his life after suffering a severe hemorrhagic stroke in February 2022. Bloodgood was one of the most important bands in the decade of the 80s and were forged as one of the main references as Barren Cross, Leviticus that accompanied Stryper to lead a new current of heavy metal worldwide.

Read the article: https://www.classicchristianrockzine.net/2022/07/michael-bloodgood-great-metal.html


On the other hand, the Argentinean singer Ulises of the band Rescate, has not issued a statement from the band but it is unofficially said that he passed away due to Colon Cancer. Rescate was a Christian rock band formed in 1987 that filled stadiums in many Spanish speaking countries and were signed by Sony and Universal Music.

Read the articlehttps://www.classicchristianrockzine.net/2022/07/ulises-eyherabide-singer-of-argentine.html


Kale Luebchow, the drummer of the band War of Ages, passed away on the 27th at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville of causes that have not yet been made known, everything was initially issued by a statement from his family on the singer's facebook account.


Has anything like this ever happened before? Several Christian musicians passed away at the same time?, I don't remember, but although we can't help but feel sad, we must also thank God for their lives and legacy, we know that God will embrace them in heaven.


They have fought the good fight, our rocking believers.


Let us pray for the families of the three musicians, for their band mates, God is the only one who can give them comfort.


Thanks for everything guys, we love you, we will see you in heaven for a great rock concert with our Lord Jesus Christ.

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