Multi-instrumentalist Christ Eichhorn of the two-man project PURE SWEET HELL, which also features in its ranks NEVERMORE drummer Van Williams, has issued the following statement:"I'm writing this because I can't yet speak. "PURE SWEET HELL has lost a true friend and brother. "Jeff Wolfe lost his life doing something that he truly loved. Riding his motorcycle. He was a vital part in the development of the songs that became the 2002 demo. He played bass and gave me a place to record and rehearse during the first few years that I was back in New York. He was a beautiful person who no one who ever met him will forget. His kind, generous nature, quick wit, love of nature and adventurous spirit truly made him one of a kind. "Our undying love, sympathy and support go out to his wife Tina, son Nolan and entire family. Our grief is without measure. "Farewell my brother."
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