Last Updated on October 18, 2023, 11:09 pm
Sean Boyles (Image via Facebook)
Sean was more than simply a musician, he was a natural force, full of generosity and brilliance. The “Metal Viking of Stand-Up Comedy” is renowned for his unreserved sense of humor and ability to capture the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll.
Craig Locicero confirmed his death news through a Facebook post and wrote:
“I was shocked and saddened to learn about Sean Boyles’s demise. You never know when you’ll get another chance; therefore, everyone should tell their pals they love them. Sean, Rest at ease. 💔😔”
Boyley’s demise left his family and community in deep shock and grief. Many of his fans and friends send sympathies and tributes on his demise. Boyles was cherished by his loved ones; he will be dearly missed.
Thoughts and Condolences to his family and community. His legacy will always endure; Boyley’s funeral details have not yet been released on social media.
His death cause is unknown yet, and no official statement regarding his death cause has been released publicly.
About Sean Boyles
Sean Boyles was born on March 18, 1973, in Hayward, California, and eventually settled in the nearby community of Castro Valley. Boyles Went to Mount Eden High School and Studied Music Performance at California State University, East Bay.
He worked at Cal Valley Paint Co. as a Drummer at All-Time Highs, Hellbeard, and Insolence – official. He was a former Owner/Operator at Boyles Painting and served as a Vocals/Guitar at Bloodline – acoustic band.
Boyles served as a Drummer at Hazrdz and ZED at his death. He was also the owner of Boyles Painting. Sean’s love of music inspired him to enroll in California State University, East Bay, to pursue a degree in music performance.
He had worn numerous professional hats in his lifetime. In addition to being the proud owner of Boyles Painting, where he both owned and controlled the company, he worked at Cal Valley Paint Co. Sean made his drumming debut in the music industry as a member of bands such as Insolence, Hellbeard, and All Time Highs.
He was honored to guest host at Woodhams Lounge in 2016. Sean was unique not only because of his musical ability but also because of his fantastic appearance. He was well-known for his generosity, kindness, sense of humor, and contagious enthusiasm.
He was a metal enthusiast. He was a unique and treasured spirit in the lives of those who knew him because he had a great sense of empathy for other people. Boyles will always be remembered in the hearts of his loved ones. Prayers for him, Rest in Peace.
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