Mick Morris, formerly of Eighteen Visions and Bleeding Through, has passed away
Musician Mick Morris, best known for his work in Eighteen Visions and Bleeding Through, passed away on Sunday (June 2) at the age of 35. He had been in and out of the hospital recently and died of a preexisting heart condition, according to Alternative Press.
Morris, who also went by the moniker “Mick Deth,” started playing bass in Eighteen Visions in 2000 and also served as bass player for Bleeding Through at one point. After Eighteen Visions broke up in 2007, Morris worked as a tech for Hatebreed and also spent some time working for Century Media Records and SoundCheck Hollywood. He was active on Twitter and tweeted out a message just last weekend stating he was pumped for the upcoming Mayhem Festival, which kicks off the end of this month.
Morris was living in his hometown of Salt Lake City at the time of his passing. Morris was the dad to one son, Jude.