Lamb Of God's Headbangers Boat has returned to Miami following passenger falling overboard
Early this morning the Norwegian Pearl of Norwegian Cruise Line made its way into the port of Miami after the failed search to locate the missing 41-year-old male that went overboard in the early hour of November 3rd.
Norwegian Pearl was the host to Lamb Of God's Headbangers Boat Cruise, who was to host such acts as themselves, Hatebreed, Mastodon, Testament, Gwar, and many more.
Following a nine-hour search, the captain of the Norwegian Pearl was compelled to terminate the search and rescue operations. Amidst the confusion, reports emerged from individuals on board the cruise liner, indicating that the ship's announcements assured the continuation of the planned trip. Nevertheless, it has now been confirmed that these assurances were never verified, and the ship ultimately returned to port in Miami.
Lamb Of God has also since released a short statement:
We're deeply saddened to have learned that a member of our community was involved in a tragic incident. Sending love and light to their family and loved ones.
Riki Rachtman, host of MTV's popular 80s/90s tv program Headbangers Ball and co-host of the Headbangers Boat, shared a live video in which he recants his experience on the boat and of the incident.