Sammy Shmoulik Avigal Death | Sammy Shmoulik Avigal Obituary – We are very sad to announce to the public that Sammy Shmoulik Avigal has passed on. Sammy Shmoulik Avigal was the former vocalist of Dutch heavy metal favourites Picture, as well as a former vocalist for The Rods and Guardians Of The Flame. He sadly died at the age of 65 after a battle with cancer.
A statement from his wife reads as follows: “I wanted to let you all know that at 4:58 he lost his battle and passed away. Please celebrate the man, the legend. Goodbye my love — we all love you.”
Picture has issued the following statement: “Needless to say we are heartbroken by this terrible news. Sammy was a great friend, a great performer and vocalist. We are very proud that he was the singer in our band in 1982 with whom we recorded one of the best Dutch metal albums ever: Diamond Dreamer. We will miss you and would have really wanted to do some tours with you to celebrate this album but it wasn’t to be. Our thoughts and prayers go to your wife and next of kin. Godspeed Sammy Shmoulik Avigal!” We all at DeadDeath expresses our healtfelt condolences to the family of Sammy Shmoulik Avigal.
Former Picture/The Rods Singer Sammy Shmoulik Avigal Passes Away https://t.co/DOxVP24SOU
— Ricardo Nester இ (@_RicardoNester) July 31, 2020
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