NEGATIVA guitarist/vocalist Steeve Hurdle (ex-GORGUTS) has commented on the passing of former MORBID ANGEL/HATE ETERNAL bassist/vocalist Jared Anderson, who died on Saturday, October 14 at the age of 30. The cause of his death has not yet been released.Said Steeve: "The news hit me this afternoon — Jared Anderson is gone. I'm very saddened about is early departure. In his last e-mail he was telling me how he was excited about his new project and how he was feeling fantastic. But life took a different road... You will be missed, man! Rest in peace!" As previously reported, funeral services for Jared Anderson will be held Thursday, October 19 at the Funeral Home. Interment Pierce Township Cemetery in Ohio. Jared Anderson was most recently working on a project which was known by its alias AS ONE... Back in February 2006, former MORBID ANGEL bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET that he and Anderson were collaborating on new material in the "death metal" vein.
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