The Acacia Strain condemn Dayton shooter who wore their hoodie
Of course we need not explain the idiocy of that tweet to anyone with half a brain, but sadly, much of America is intellectually deficient, forcing The Acacia Strain vocalist Vincent Bennett to explicitly condemn the incident.
Suspect in #Dayton shooting was wearing shorts with a black sweatshirt that read: "No heart to fear, no soul to steal."— Jim Heath (@JimHeathTV) August 4, 2019
The slogan is believed to be from a hateful and vengeful song called Ramirez by The Acacia Strain, a metalcore band.
What happened in Dayton is horrifying. Even more so to know that the shooter was wearing a TAS hoodie is making me sick. There is no excuse for this. Anyone who knows anything knows we don't condone this behavior. No one has the right to take another's life.— low-carb vincent. (@xDIAMONDCUTx) August 4, 2019
We will be taking action to help the families of the victims however we can.— low-carb vincent. (@xDIAMONDCUTx) August 4, 2019
I'm fucking shaking.— low-carb vincent. (@xDIAMONDCUTx) August 4, 2019
During their show tonight (August 4) in Milwaukee, the band addressed the El Paso and Dayton mass shootings:
Music is an outlet. Music should purify. Use art as a positive outlet to your negative emotions. If you feel angry - turn to music, turn to creation. This has to stop.— low-carb vincent. (@xDIAMONDCUTx) August 4, 2019