Metal Celebrities React to the Death of Leonard Nimoy
Leonard Nimoy, best known as
the director of the movie where Patricia Arquette marries a little boy for his role as “Spock” in the Star Trek franchise, has passed away at age 83. Unsurprisingly, Nimoy’s work make a big impact on the metal community. Below, read reactions from some of the more prominent metal mourners… we’ll continue to update it as more come in:
HERO. RIP. Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 83 – http://t.co/cdHm7h9dfZ http://t.co/iAVM2qpSPK
— Scott Ian (@Scott_Ian) February 27, 2015
RIP my uncle today. Also Leonard Nimoy.
— Devin Townsend (@dvntownsend) February 27, 2015
Sad news. Rest in peace, Spock. #leonardnimoy http://t.co/wLCbCE5xee
— In Flames (@InFlames_SWE) February 27, 2015
Mr. Spock, you will be missed..but your ideology will live on….LIVE LONG AND PROSPER! http://t.co/WBGJh1dhwj
— DARKEST HOUR (@darkesthourrock) February 27, 2015
A Devastating Day for Star Trek & Sci-Fi fans. Leonard Nimoy Rest In Peace Actor. Director. Photographer. Writer. Vulcan. Best. Alien. EVER.
— Vernon Reid (@vurnt22) February 27, 2015
RIP Mr. Spock
— Sick Of It All (@SOIANYC) February 27, 2015
so bummed to hear about leonard nimoys passing. he was a great actor and also an incredible fine art photographer. i was fortunate enough..
— jeremy saffer (@jeremysaffer) February 27, 2015
Thank you @TheRealNimoy for all the art you gave us. You did LLAP – the world will miss you ❤️ #OTEP
— ☆ OTEP SHAMAYA ☆ (@otepofficial) February 27, 2015
RIP Leonard Nimoy #LiveLongAndProsper
— Zeu⚡⚡ (@zeuss1) February 27, 2015
Jam some death metal today in honor of the late Leonard Nimoy. RIP Do you believe in reason? http://t.co/MjYBgNYCGx
— Abiotic (@AbioticFL) February 27, 2015
— Mark Hunter (@chimairamark) February 27, 2015
Live long and prosper.
— Twitching Tongues (@twtchngtongues) February 27, 2015
Spock’s Funeral SCENE – Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan MOVIE (1982) – HD: http://t.co/FGeQzztsKe via @YouTube
— MR. SOFTSHRED (@hughmyrone) February 27, 2015
Live long and prosper, Mr. Nimoy. You will be missed.