Enfold Darkness bassist Todd Honeycutt has tragically hung himself at the age of 30. Not much is known about the situation right now, other than Honeycutt took his own life in the garage of Enfold Darkness guitarist Elijah Whitehead.
I came home from work last night to find that Todd had hung himself in my garage. I am shaken and disturbed, but in good hands. I am having a gathering at my place this evening to remember him if anyone wants to stop by for a bit. Bring lots of hugs. I need them. Hold your Boiz close.
A fundraiser for Honeycutt's funeral costs and transportation of his body has been set up, and you can contribute to the costs here.
Our Cousin, Brother, Son, Nephew, Grandson, and Friend just passed. The family will have to pay for transportation and funeral costs, and has limited resources. All proceeds will go to Robin Church, Lynn Gray, Dean Bozard, Eric Collins, Amanda Phillips, Holly Barton, and others in the family who will organize everything. Please give what you can. Our family appreciates the support.
Speaking on the situation as well is The Artisan Era owner, the band's label, Malcolm Pugh, who had some touching words about getting help and life itself.
You breathe borrowed air and you live in borrowed flesh. The other side is an unknown experience, void of realistic conception despite science and myth. We sit here and read each other's fake lives on a screen while we lose touch with one another in such away that most of us feel as if we are alone sitting next to other people. Embrace your neighbor while you can. This goes for the people that struggle and the ones that watch.
Rest in peace Todd, and thanks for the music.