27 Dead And 180 Injured At Goodbye To Gravity Show In Romania

According to the Telegraph, 27 people were killed, and 180 were injured last night (October 30), at Goodbye To Gravity‘s album release show for their new effort Mantras Of War. The incident occurred in Romania, at the Collectiv in Bucharest. Apparently, the injuries were caused due to pyrotechnic issues, that resulted in a fire. The venue only had one small exit, which made it hard for fans to escape. According to ziaruldeiasi.ro, those among the dead include Goodbye To Gravity‘s guitarists Vlad Telea and Mihai Alexandru, and those among the injured include vocalist Andrei Galut, who was severely burned, and injured from inhaling smoke, and bassist Alex Pascu, who underwent surgery for an unknown injury. R.I.P. to the fallen, and hopefully the injured will have speedy recoveries.