Former Valencia Drummer Killed
2011-10-01 by arsonist88 | 48 Comments

Former Valencia Drummer, Maxim Soria, was killed in a motorcycle accident on Friday,
September 30. He was 28 years old. Soria played on Valencia albums "This Could be a
Possibility" and "We All Need a Reason to Believe", leaving shortly after the release of the
latter.

http://www.phillyburbs.com/my_town/doylestown/a-year-old-plumstead-man-was-killed-in-a-motorcycle/article_e532550d-dda1-56be-9111-5512a345ee26.html

Twitter

Band Page: Valencia

Comments:Add a Comment 
Tyrannic
October 2nd 2011

3261 Comments


Rough. RIP

IAmHollywood
October 2nd 2011

1443 Comments


RIP

paxman
October 2nd 2011

4084 Comments


Who the

Satellite
October 2nd 2011

20728 Comments


pretty sure most people who ride motorcycles kinda want to die

Digging: Spoon - They Want My Soul

henryChinaski
October 2nd 2011

2733 Comments


Sad. RIP

Digging: The Tidal Sleep - Vorstellungskraft

Sanders
October 2nd 2011

2345 Comments


"Former Valencia Drummer, Maxim Soria, was killed in a donorcycle accident on Friday"

Fix'd. RIP.

Destructerator
October 2nd 2011

853 Comments


And nothing of value was lost.

Captain North
October 2nd 2011

6784 Comments


pretty sure most people who ride motorcycles kinda want to die


I'm currently in hospital with a spinal injury, and in my ward of 20 there are 8 motorcycle riders...most simply didn't realise just HOW vulnerable they really were.


Kulti
October 2nd 2011

72 Comments


always a damn motorcycle
RIP


MoosechriS
October 2nd 2011

4961 Comments


Rip dude

Lambda
October 2nd 2011

2417 Comments


RIP

MO
October 2nd 2011

18522 Comments


"And nothing of value was lost."

Same'll be said about you.

Spluger
October 2nd 2011

1133 Comments


It's weird, I actually just checked these guys out yesterday and later on in the day I found this out.

Sad stuff, R.I.P.

drasticaction74
October 2nd 2011

1729 Comments


aw hell naw RIP

Digging: Rocket From The Crypt - Scream, Dracula, Scream!

toolpeth182
October 2nd 2011

190 Comments


RIP, it's really a shame.

I know nothing about motorcycles, but this guy was pretty damn thin judging from the pic in that article - Is it harder to keep the bike under control while turning at higher speeds the lighter the rider is? I would assume so.

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
October 2nd 2011

8780 Comments


rip! :[ may you smile down at us from the afterlife :]

SHAKEandBAKE
October 2nd 2011

1310 Comments


"And nothing valuable was lost"

Fuck you.

MyDearWormwood
October 2nd 2011

225 Comments


"shame he wasn't a year younger, he could have been included in the list of famous musicians that have died at 27..... oh wait"

"And nothing of value was lost."

The sputnik community...

YouthCat
October 2nd 2011

261 Comments


RIP.

Also, by the title, I thought he had been murdered or something.

someguest
October 2nd 2011

20393 Comments


pretty sure most people who ride motorcycles kinda want to die


This. Usually motorcycle riders are older than this guy. It's too bad.

drasticaction74
October 2nd 2011

1729 Comments


it said he had just gotten his bike license. he died a newbie

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
October 2nd 2011

50116 Comments


When I was in the hospital my roommate was in a motorcycle accident too

Digging: Tiny Moving Parts - Pleasant Living

krig9412
October 2nd 2011

794 Comments


"And nothing of value was lost."

It's comments like this that make me wonder why I bother going on this site. You're a piece of shit. Band sucks, whatever, it's still tragic that he died at such a young age.



botb
October 2nd 2011

9654 Comments


rip, way too young to die.

RobotJesus
October 2nd 2011

432 Comments


RIP

FromDaHood
Contributing Reviewer
October 2nd 2011

9033 Comments


When I see killed I think murder; at least that didn't happen. RIP

zaruyache
October 2nd 2011

6280 Comments


Sadface. Rip.

Digging: CHVRCHES - The Bones of What You Believe

benkim
October 2nd 2011

2094 Comments


"And nothing of value was lost."

Only on sputnik where such comments are admissible. Fuck you asshole!

InAbsentia
October 2nd 2011

3542 Comments


"And nothing of value was lost."

One of the most unnecessary and idiotic comments I've read in a while.

Oh, and fuck you.

benkim
October 2nd 2011

2094 Comments


Honestly stupid fucks like these give this otherwise great and useful site a bad name.

paxman
October 2nd 2011

4084 Comments


Come on Destructorator or whatever his name is is the most popular user on this site. He's effectively untouchable.

FourthReich
October 2nd 2011

17482 Comments


That's terrible, my condolences. i thoroughly enjoyed, "we all need a reason to believe". I've considered buying and getting my motorcycle license but the risk is just to high it seems. Rip sir…

ohfoxxxycole
October 2nd 2011

4353 Comments


im more surprised by the anger towards destructerator than i am what he said

krig9412
October 2nd 2011

794 Comments


^Why? He made an asshole comment, why shouldn't people be upset?

FreePizzaDay
October 2nd 2011

1526 Comments


Took care of a patient at the rehab center a few weeks ago who got in a motorcycle accident. The guy broke like 30 bones and was talking about how the second he got out he was going to go riding again. That shit is crazy.

snerefedsav
October 2nd 2011

823 Comments


lots of assholes on this site. anyway, love valencia and it really sucks he had to go so young. rip.

ThespianLesbian
October 2nd 2011

248 Comments


I really liked this band

AtavanHalen
October 2nd 2011

17927 Comments


How horrible. I saw him play in 2009, great drummer and very friendly guy. Awful news.

Typical retard fuckwit trolls try the same shit everytime any death report comes through on this site. It really is time for a change.

MeatSalad
October 2nd 2011

14483 Comments


Hey, I remember this band, think I listened to them back when I was first getting into music in general.

Digging: Mr. Bungle - California

TarkAhh
October 2nd 2011

46 Comments


"And nothing valuable was lost"

Lol

PastorOfMupp3ts
October 3rd 2011

70 Comments


never heard of them, but RIP


North0House2
October 3rd 2011

5851 Comments


Man, he was young too... What a shame. RIP.


Digging: Amen Dunes - Love

Nikkolae
October 3rd 2011

4838 Comments


"And nothing of value was lost."

Same'll be said about you. 123456789 x 1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

edit: oh yeah, RIP, band was fun and "we all need a reason to belive" is a damn good album

Digging: Pallbearer - Foundations of Burden

AfterTheBreakdown
October 3rd 2011

7108 Comments


RIP

TechieCore
October 4th 2011

662 Comments


Man, people dying lately.

RIP.

Destructerator
October 5th 2011

853 Comments


Yeah, I am never getting a motorcycle.

TheBaronofBadNews
October 5th 2011

77 Comments


^It's a pretty stupid thing to do.

"Killed" ?

Former Valencia Drummer Killed by Guardrail

SadAndHolyGlow
April 20th 2013

1517 Comments


Sad. He was a large portion of what made "Possibility" so great. RIP.



You have to be logged in to post a comment. Login | Create a Profile





MOST VIEWED
Billy Talent's greatest hits
Deftones Album Details
Robert Plant streams new album
Emarosa stream new album
Finch release second single
Texas In July premiere new song
Counting Crows stream new LP
New Old Man Gloom album/movie
Tigers On Trains tease new album
Darkspace album teaser

OTHER RECENT NEWS
Bones drops new mixtape
Jimi Jamison of Survivor has died
Viper the Rapper drops New Vid
Ryan Adams streams new album
New Evestus video, compilation
Deadlife stream new album
The/Das - Miami Waters
Skyforest stream debut album
Phantom Riffage stream new album
Kamijo detail new album
New Curren$y EP
New Primitive Man Track
Tricky streams new material
Misha Mansoor reveals new tracks
Scarlet release new song

» see all news

RELATED REVIEWS
Valencia
Dancing With A Ghost
Valencia
We All Need A Reason To Believe
Valencia
This Could Be A Possibility
FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2014 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Privacy Policy