Terminal Nation Bassist Chase Turner Has Been Involved In Horrific Car Accident – Band Reach Out To Fans For Help

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The bassist for Terminal Nation, Chase Turner, has been involved in a horrific car accident; thankfully he is alive.

For those who don’t know, Terminal Nation is from Little Rock, Arkansas, their blend of brutal music combining death metal and hardcore. In 2020, they released an amazing studio album titled Holocene Extinction, and this year, they released a split with Kruelty titled The Ruination of Imperialism.

Per a statement provided via social media, the band speak to the car accident that Chase was involved in and how serious his injuries are. They have provided a couple means for folks to provide donations in order to help out Chase as he recovers. Please check out the full statement from the band below (donation sources have been bolded).

We wish you all the best in your recovery Chase <3

“As many of you may have already heard, but our own Chase Turner was in a bad car accident this week. He flipped his car 4 times and was ejected out of the vehicle and the vehicle rolled over him. Fortunately, he’s alive and healing up but unfortunately, he won’t be able to come back to work for a while. He’ll be having to focus on getting better and healing his body. We were in the midst of finishing the writing of the second LP and this is a huge set back.

“Right now we are not sure how soon he can return to live shows, but this mfker is a beast and if anyone can bounce back quick, it’s Chase. More importantly than the band though, Chase works in a field where if he’s not actively working, he has NO INCOME. He doesn’t have paid time off, and bills never stop, not including the bills from this accident. We are taking cash donations at @dogtownbarberlounge on his station, as well as through his Cashapp $barberchase & Venmo @ barberchase. Any help is greatly appreciated. We’re all thankful he’s still alive, and we’re thankful for the support we’ve already received.

“He’ll be back to rockin with us and finishing up this LP soon enough. If you have a little cash to toss his way it’s much appreciated!”

 

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