Original CARNIVORE Guitarist Killed In Bike Accident

Original CARNIVORE guitarist Keith Alexander (later of the short-lived PRIMAL SCREAM project) was reportedly killed in a bike accident Monday night (July 11). His wake will be held on Thursday, July 14 between 2:00 and 5:30 p.m., and between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. at:

Scarpaci Funeral Home
1401 86th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11228
718-331-8000

In addition to playing with CARNIVORE, Alexander spent a three-year stint with Dee Snider of TWISTED SISTER, touring extensively throughout North America and Scandinavia, with some audiences numbering over 20,000.

A body piercer since 1991, Keith had performed well over 22,000 piercings and over 150 cuttings and brandings. He also had extensive experience with play piercings. Formerly a staff piercer for Gauntlet, Inc. in New York City, Keith spent one year as a full-time apprentice to master piercers Dan Kopka and Mark Seitchik. Gauntlet founder Jim Ward issued Keith's certificate on August 2, 1994.

For more information on Keith Alexander's work and accomplishments, click here.

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