The world of heavy metal has lost a legend. Steve Grimmett, the lead vocalist of British outfit Grim Reaper, passed away at 62. His son Russ Grimmett took to Facebook to announce the sad news, saying it is impossible to put the current feelings into words.
Russ wrote in his post that he was deeply saddened to hear that his father had passed away today and that this news had created an enormous void in their hearts and the world. He expressed how devastated everyone was and wished his father a restful and peaceful night of sleep. In conclusion, he stated that everyone loves him.
Who was Steve Grimmett?
Steve Grimmett was known for his powerful vocal style and stage presence, which helped to make Grim Reaper one of the most popular heavy metal bands of the 1980s. The band’s hits included “Fear No Evil” and “See You in Hell,” and they toured extensively throughout Europe and North America. Steve Grimmett was an important part of the heavy metal scene, and he will be sorely missed by fans worldwide.
Steve Grimmett, vocalist of NWOBHM pioneers and Beavis and Butt-Head favorites Grim Reaper, has died https://t.co/pNxH9z1qYX pic.twitter.com/Q7eqsHJIop— revolvermag (@Revolvermag) August 15, 2022
What was the cause of his death?
The recent death of Steve Grimmett, frontman for the heavy metal band Grim Reaper, has sent shockwaves through the metal community.
Grimmett was known for his powerful voice and energetic stage presence considered one of the driving forces behind the band’s success. While the cause of death has not yet been given, Grimmett will certainly be greatly missed by fans and musicians alike.
Grim Reaper was one of the most successful bands of the 1980s, with hits like “Rock You to Hell” and “Fear No Evil.” After disbanding in 1988, Grimmett revived the band as his solo project in 2006. Though they never regained the same level of popularity, they continued to tour and release new music until Grimmett’s untimely death. He will be remembered as a talented musician and a true pioneer of heavy metal.
Steve Grimmett life and Career
Bands come and go, but every so often, a group comes along and makes a lasting impression. Such is the case with Grim Reaper, who enjoyed enormous popularity
Stephen Grimmett was born on 19 August 1959 in Birmingham, England. From an early age, he showed a passion for music and began playing in local bands as a teenager. In 1978, he joined the heavy metal band Grim Reaper, and he quickly became known for his powerful voice and onstage charisma. The band enjoyed success throughout the 1980s, releasing many popular albums and singles,
thanks to their three critically praised studio albums. The band’s singles also received significant MTV airplay, helping propel them to stardom. Even though Grim Reaper has been disbanded for many years, its music resonates with fans worldwide.
Steve Grimmett, the band’s frontman, has also found success with his latest project, The Steve Grimmett Band. With a new lineup that includes Ian Nash, Chaz Grimaldi, and Pete Newdeck, the band continues to produce the same catchy metal tunes that made Grim Reaper so popular. If you’re a fan of metal music, then you owe it to yourself to check out The Steve Grimmett Band. You won’t be disappointed.
Tribute to Steve Grimmett death
I Don’t Know If You Guy’sKnow Yet Or Not But The Lead Vocalist With The Band Grim Reaper Steve Grimmett Passed Away Yesterday 15th August
It saddens me deeply to hear that one of my favorite vocalists and metal Icon, Steve Grimmett, has passed away today. I remember first hearing his powerful voice when I was 16. I finally got a chance to see him in concert and meet the man himself in 2019.After he overcame near death when he lost his leg, he never gave up. Rehabbing himself back to the stage and killing it with the revamped line up of Steve Grimmett’s Grim Reaper. Even Beavis and Butt-Head are sad today. I was highly anticipating seeing him in LA in November. Now I will only be able to “See you in hell my friend….”! Rest In Peace Steve Grimmett.” Rock You To Hell!!!!!😈😈🔥🔥🤘🤘🤘
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Tribute to Steve Grimmett death