Internal Bleeding Premiere “Final Justice” Music Video As A Tribute To Late Drummer William Tolley

Internal Bleeding have premiered a new video for their song “Final Justice.” The video was released as a tribute to drummer William “Bill” Tolley who tragically passed away yesterday (April 20). The track is feature on the band’s upcoming album “Corrupting Influence.”

The band said the following:

“Bill was proud of the video and the song and was really looking forward to today; he was excited to share it with all of you. He loved every IB fan. He used to always say ‘we have the best fucking fans,’ and he meant it.

So, if we post it, watch the vid and watch the man with all the groovy beats in action, sitting where he loved to sit. Behind the kit, facing the crowd and having his band mates’ back.

Keep the tributes pouring in. Let him feel it!”

Internal Bleeding Drummer William Tolley Dead At 42

According to CBS, Internal Bleeding drummer William Tolley, who worked as a firefighter for FDNY, has passed away after falling five stories while responding to a fire in the Ridgewood section of Queens, NY. He was 42 at the time of his passing. R.I.P.

The band said the following:

“Our drummer, the heartbeat of the band, William Tolley died today. There are ZERO WORDS to describe the loss. He was a good, decent and honorable man who loved his friends, his family and the people he served. There will never be another like him. There are no words to describe the utter sadness and despair we feel right now. We love you Bill.”

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also issued a statement:

“I’m very sorry to report tragedy has struck our city. Today we lost a hero of the New York City Fire Department (FDNY). William Tolley was a 14-year veteran of the FDNY dedicated to protecting others. To William’s family, we not only stand by you today but in the weeks and years ahead. Our hearts also go out today to the members of the FDNY, especially the members of Ladder 135 in Ridgewood.”