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Casey Calvert Tribute RIP why he died as of 2/27/08

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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2007

myspace.com/afoody
light sleeper 1st song
silver bullet acoustic 2nd song
Attention HH fans, we are all very very very sad about Casey passing away and feel free to express it. There are people out there posting telling us to shut up and go to hell, but dont listen to them! Lets fight their blind hatred with silence! Dont respond to any of their hateful comments, let their hatred fall to deaf ears. We've had ENOUGH of them!
Hawthorne Heights guitarist Casey Calvert died due to the "acute combined effects of opiate, citalopram and clonazepam intoxication," according to the just-released results of an autopsy performed by the office of the chief medical examiner in Washington, D.C. The autopsy listed Calvert's death as accidental, though it added that it was brought on due to "substance abuse." Both citalopram (also known by the brand name Celexa) and clonazepam (also known by the brand names Klonopin and Rivotril) are prescription drugs, the former an antidepressant and the latter used to treat seizure disorders and panic attacks
**the band will not be breaking up!
unfortunatley the tour is still cancelled though
But the fast-rising pop-punk group, which finished up a show in Detroit on Friday night, never got a chance to perform for local fans. D.C. police were called to the 9:30 Club in Northwest Washington about 2:30 p.m. Saturday and found Calvert unconscious on the band's tour bus, according to Officer Junis Fletcher, a police spokesman.

Casey Calvert, 26, was found unconscious in the pop-punk band's tour bus, police said. (Ethan Miller

Calvert, 26, was pronounced dead at the scene, Fletcher said. Police are awaiting the results of an autopsy
recent news-the rest of the tour with escape the fate is cancelled

new video*
Casey's top 10 best screams
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mY-UB9...

The band confirmed Casey's death November 24, 2007. The following is an exerpt from the band's website:
Today is probably the worst day ever. Its with our deepest regrets that we have to write this. Casey Calvert passed away in his sleep last night. We found out this afternoon before sound-check. We've spent the entire day trying to come to grips with this and figure out as much as possible. At this time we're not sure what exactly happened. Just last night he was joking around with everyone before he went to bed. We can say with absolute certainty that he was not doing anything illegal. Please, out of respect to Casey and his family, don't contribute or succumb to any gossip you may hear. We don't want his memory to be tainted in the least. Casey was our best friend. He was quirky and awesome and there will truly be no others like him! His loss is unexplainable. As soon as we know more we will let you know.
Sincerely,
Hawthorne Heights
Eron, JT, Micah and Matt

Hawthorne Heights guitarist Casey Calvert died due to the "acute combined effects of opiate, citalopram and clonazepam intoxication," according to the just-released results of an autopsy performed by the office of the chief medical examiner in Washington, D.C. The autopsy listed Calvert's death as accidental. Dr. John Mendelson, a pharmacologist at the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute, told MTV News that "Cases like Calvert's are so rare that they're almost nonexistent. It's so rare that you can't even put a number on it,"[19] and that It's exceedingly rare that 26-year-olds die of anything medical. This kind of death is one in several million."[20] Both citalopram (also known by the brand name Celexa) and clonazepam (also known by the brand names Klonopin and Rivotril) are prescription drugs, the former an antidepressant and the latter used to treat seizure disorders and panic attacks.

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