Mitch Lucker, who was the singer for Suicide Silence, died two years ago on Nov. 1.
Fans remembered Lucker, who was 28 when he died, on Saturday.
Lucker, who got married in 2010 and had a daughter, died in a motorcycle accident.
He crashed his motorcycle, leading to critical injuries that eventually killed him.
His wife, Jolie, said he was intoxicated when he died.
“He was an alcoholic, and it’s been a big battle. I tried to stop him. I was in front of him begging him not to leave the house. Begging him. ‘Just seriously, for us, don’t leave.’ And he did. And this is what happened…He was an amazing man. He was a wonderful father and a great husband. And now he’s gonna miss out on watching [his five-year-old daughter] Kenadee grow, because he decided to drink and ride,” she said, according to Blabbermouth at the time.
And when he released The Black Crown, there was some criticism against the band’s anti-religious content.
“I’m not trying to put people’s beliefs down – it’s about me and my life. This is my head cracked open and poured on the paper! I still have the same beliefs and same views, but I’m more open to everything. […] At this point in my life, I don’t see the good in making people hate you for something you say. This record is for everybody,” he said of some of the band’s content in 2011.