Jordan Blake pioneered the high-pitched, clean vocals laced with screams that became prominent in the post-hardcore music genre. Blake left the band while on tour in November 2007 due to health issues which prevented him from continuing to tour. Jonny Craig, who also participated, acted as the band’s temporary replacement during the recording of a demo for ‘Knights of the Round’.
Jordan Blake’s cause of death?
Craig was then replaced by Craig Mabbitt, formerly of Blesthefall, formerly of Michael ‘Jag’. Jagmin was added to the current lineup. Jordan Blake later formed Speak of the Devil in 2013. Jordan Blake, the founding member of post-hardcore band A Skylit Drive, has died. The band verified the news on social media. Jordan’s cause of death has not yet been released. During this time the family has requested privacy. As last reported, Jordan Blake stopped A Skylit Drive in late 2007 due to health concerns. However, there is no evidence that his departure was motivated by mental illness or suicide.
Additionally, being a well-known lead vocalist, the frontman has also worked with Ann Arbor, Trances, and Watchout. There are Ghosts as well as Speak of the Devil. He was born to a brother and sister on June 20, 1986 in Lodi, California. Jordan Blake and Joshua Stotts formed a band called Watch Out! Upon his departure from ASD, there are spirits in the room. The band signed to Rise Records and released a single album on that label, called Ghost Town. The group has only released one music video for their single, The Shakeup.
// Jordan Blake passed away.
An original vocalist for A Skylit Drive and electropop duo Watchout! There’s Ghosts, who are about to return to tour, passed away early this morning.
Our deepest condolences to his family, bandmates, friends and fans. pic.twitter.com/IRneZi993x
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News of Jordan Blake’s death was confirmed by the band via social media, and the family has requested privacy during this time. There were reports that the band would release a second album titled Ghost Town 2.0 in 2012. However, the record was never released. The family has reportedly requested privacy during this time. We will refrain from commenting until further notice to respect the Jordan family’s wishes for privacy and space to grieve. Thanks for being a patient reader.