Disturbed has added its voice in reaction to the tragedy on Monday (February 20) in Stuttgart, Germany, where a local stagehand was killed when another crew member accidentally fell from the rigging above while tearing down Avenged Sevenfold's stage set.
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The Avenged Sevenfold family suffered a tragic loss on Monday night (February 20) in Stuttgart, Germany, when one of its crew members was seriously injured and a local stagehand identified only as Marvin P. was killed while tearing down the band's stage.