I hope the next time I move I get a real easy phone number, something that’s real easy to remember. Something like two two two two two two two. I would say “Sweet.” And then people would say, “Mitch, how do I get a hold of you?” I’d say, “Just press two for a while. And when I answer, you will know you have pressed two enough.”
During Asking Alexandria’s set, the lights went down, Ben Bruce walked to the microphone and said “We are so upset that Suicide Silence could not share this stage with us tonight, so, we would like to let Mitch perform on this stage one last time.” The lights went back up, and they all left the stage, and they played You Only Live Once on the speakers….the crowd sung along at the top of their lungs, no one moshed, they just sang. I sobbed and sang at the top of my lungs….my makeup smearing my face and my headache pounding, but I sung for Mitch, I sung for my hero. This was the most touching moment, and I swore I could see him on that stage, screaming and stomping. A part of me, even after this past month still expected me to see him there, and I did, I really did. He was on that stage that night, singing to us, and when the song ended I could see him smile, the most beautiful smile.
RIP Mitch, and thank you, for the concert of a life time.
Happy Birthday Mitch.! I miss you.. So much. You, Austin Carlile, and Adam Gontier have saved my life. You have no idea.. How hard it is without you. You are such an amazing person, and father. So many people have looked up to you, and they still do. You have left this amazing legacy.. And will never be forgotten. By me, and millions of others. But most of all, your daughter. Everything happens for a reason. And sometimes, that reason is unknown. Just like this. Almost been 1 whole year since you died. I can’t believe it’s been that long.. I just want to say that you will never be forgotten by me. Whether you are alive or not. Because through your music, it still feels the same. Like your still with us while I’m listening to you guys. Thank you for being such an amazing inspiration in my life. You have helped me through many things. R.I.P Mitch Lucker.