Sebastian Marino, Former Guitarist for Overkill and Anvil, Lifeless at 57

Sebastian Marino, who performed guitar within the bands Overkill and Anvil, died on the age of 57 within the early morning of January 1st after being rushed to a hospital whereas working a sound job at a New 12 months’s Eve occasion in Florida.

Marino was a member of Canadian steel heroes Anvil from 1989 by 1995, showing on their 1991 album Definitely worth the Weight. Upon studying of Marino’s passing, Anvil singer-guitarist Steve “Lips” Kudlow wrote, “Condolences to my pal Sebastian Marino’s household and pals. Seby was an expensive pal and I’ll miss him profoundly!! Definitely worth the Weight was a particularly particular Anvil album and it’ll maintain Seby alive by our historical past perpetually! RIP SEBASTIAN MARINO.”

The guitarist joined New Jersey thrash legends Overkill in late 1995, and remained with the band till 1999. He carried out on the albums The Killing Variety (1996), From the Underground and Under (1997), and Necroshine (1999).

For the previous twenty years, Marino owned and operated Audio Photos Sound & Lighting, an organization that supplied manufacturing companies for live shows and leisure occasions.

Per one among his associates, Bruce Pilato, Marino had labored as a part of the touring crews for such bands as Sure and Asia, amongst different acts.

Our condolences exit to Sebastian Marino’s household, pals, and bandmates throughout this tough time. Hear his enjoying with Overkill and Anvil beneath.