Phil Buerstatte dies
2013-05-21 by NeoSpaz | 17 Comments

Over the weekend, Phil Buerstatte, drummer for Last Crack and formerly White Zombie, was discovered dead in Madison Wisconsin. A statement released by fellow Last Crack bandmember, Paul Schulter was posted to the band's page and stated that:

"We are sorry to have to announce that Last Crack drummer and our musical brother Phil Buerstatte has passed away today. He will be greatly missed by his many friends, family and fellow band members. Pull out your Last Crack albums, crank them up loud and remember what a great drummer he was! It is the end of an era for us and sad to say the original lineup will never be able to play together again. Our last show with Phil from 2009 is posted on YouTube in its entirety. The remaining members of the band are discussing doing a tribute show in Phil's honor in the coming months. We'll post details here soon."

The band also released the link to Buerstatte's youtube channel, which contains rare footage of the band performing, which you can watch here: www.youtube.com/pscre8tive

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Pestiferous
May 21st 2013

1185 Comments


happy morbid may everyone

NeoSpaz
May 21st 2013

4518 Comments


Death everywhere.

tommygun
May 21st 2013

24185 Comments


rip

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henryChinaski
May 21st 2013

2713 Comments


RIP

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pbass0
May 21st 2013

520 Comments


Death everywhere. [2]

Yea for real. This is crazy

NeoSpaz
May 21st 2013

4518 Comments


I guess it's part of life, but it seems like people are dropping like flies in the music industry.

Gwyn.
May 21st 2013

14990 Comments


death everywhere [3]

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SubtleBody
May 21st 2013

519 Comments


Well, thousands of people die every day, it's not like musicians don't apply to the list of people who can die.

NeoSpaz
May 21st 2013

4518 Comments


No, they get immortality, duh. Get with the program omg.

hogan900
Contributing Reviewer
May 21st 2013

1575 Comments


ouch...

Essence
May 21st 2013

3583 Comments


of COURSE this is the first post my city is mentioned in - someone died.

RIP : /

ReAnimator
May 21st 2013

309 Comments


RIP, although I've never heard of Last Crack or been a huge fan of White Zombie

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FearThyEvil
May 21st 2013

12469 Comments


R.I.P.

NapalmCrusader
May 21st 2013

1737 Comments


R.I.P

Epicenter
May 21st 2013

172 Comments


Someone just die yesterday! What the hell, May.

R.I.P.

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 22nd 2013

5985 Comments


Last Crack are huge, I personally recommend their two albums to everyone interested in adventurous hard rock.

RIP


Edit: Regularly, this should be listed in White Zombie or Last Crack page...

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joshieboy12345
May 22nd 2013

5370 Comments


So many deaths. RIP.



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