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Untold Gabe Serbian’s Cause of Death; The Unforgettable Legend


The first day of May 2022, turned out to be a day of sorrow since the passing of the legendary drummer for San Diego Noise Punks the Locust has been confirmed. Gabe Serbian’s cause of death will remain private.

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Born on May 1, 1976, the beloved American drummer and guitarist, gained popularity for his work in The Locust, Cattle Decapitation, and Holy Molar. He is known to be a member of Head Wound City, considered to be a hardcore/punk rock supergroup.

Gabe Serbian's cause of death will remain private.

Along with keyboardist Joey KaramSerbian became one of the band’s members. They both were the replacements for Astor and Warshaw, respectively. Followed by 2003’s Plague Soundscapes, the locust’s self-titled debut arrived in 1998, and their final 2007 LP, New Erections.

To name a few of his masterpieces:

You can also read all about other legendary drummers who have passed away. Foo Fighters Drummer Taylor Hawkins passed away at the age of 50 on March 26, 2022.

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Gabe Serbian’s Cause of Death Is Unrevealed

Drummer Serbian passed away too soon on April 30, 2022, at the age of 44. No health issues or disease is reported in the background. To respect his family and close friends’ privacy, Gabe Serbian’s cause of death will remain a secret.

Gabe’s death happened so unexpectedly, leaving fans heartbroken. His birthday was the first day of May when he would turn 45. May his family get through such difficult times.

“It’s with heavy hearts that we have to share the passing of Gabe Serbian on April 30th, 2022. This world will miss Gabe as a friend, family member, musician, and artist. He will continue to live on in so many ways and through everyone he has connected with during his time with us. May 1st is his birthday, and we hope that you can find a way to celebrate his life…”
“During this difficult time, we ask that you give Gabe’s family privacy.”

The Locust announced

Being praised by Dave Lombardo of Slayer, Sebastian is well-described. Mr. Dave shared that there’s a band called The Locust In which there’s a drummer named Gabe Serbian. In Dave’s point of view, their music hits him as D.R.I. hit me in the early ’80s.

Putting those glory experiences aside, our dear Serbian played live drums for Otto von Schirach who is known to be a Miami IDM/breakcore artist on a European tour, as well as playing alongside ‘The Locust’ for von Schirach played/toured.

The Locust gained fame for their high-speed, brutal sonic assaults. Lending an experimental edge to their work, the band coupled typical rock instruments with keyboards and synthesizers.

Gabe Serbian's cause of death will remain private.

The band shared several singles alongside EPs between full-lengths, which are included:

  • 2001’s Flight of the Wounded Locust 
  • 2005’s Safety Second
  • Body Last

This is while the Locust went on hiatus following a tour for New Erections. They released their Peel Sessions record back in 2010; however, it had been captured back in 2001, marking the first recording with Serbian on drums.

The Locust announced a reissue of Safety Second, Body Last via Three One G earlier this year. The record label was founded by Pearson in the mid-1990s.

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  1. Anonymous May 15, 2022

    FYI – the second two pictures you used with Mike Patton and Justin Pearson weren’t of Gabe. His death is an immeasurable loss. By far, the best drummer I’ve ever seen live. Also, pretty sure he collaborated with many other notably huge IDM artists, along with OVS. I believe the Venetian Snares is one of them.

    1. US day News May 16, 2022

      Thank you for your comment and for informing us about the wrong pictures. It’s appreciated. The article will be updated soon.


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