One more time...some more words from our bands regarding the events that took place last week: Johnny Kelly, drums, Type O Negative Our Thoughts Go out to the People and Families Touched the WTC Attack. In the wake of what has happened in our hometown on Tuesday, it's been very hard to focus on anything but the news. When I checked my e-mail last night, I was surprised to see how many messages there were in my mail box by concerned fans about us & our families well being. Fortunately, we are all fine. We are in shock like the rest of the country. Sometime soon, things are going to start to get back to normal. Whatever normal is going to be after this. For now though, our thoughts are with the families that have been devastated by this tragic event. We thank everyone who has written us to check on our well being. Robert Flynn, Ahrue Luster, Adam Duce and Dave McCain - Machine Head Machine Head would like to extend our heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathy to those affected by Tuesday's tragic events. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the victims and those missing, and we wish you the utmost strength and courage in your time of sorrow. Our nation will be forever scarred by these atrocities, but one thing that will never be destroyed is our spirit. During this, the darkest hour in our nation's history, Americans have stepped up and donated their time, their blood, their money and their heart to the cause. Humanity was not lost Tuesday, it stands stronger than ever - here in America, and throughout the global community. For those that have expressed concern, we thank you all sincerely, and want you to know that we are safe, at home with our loved ones. We are all reminded once again of how precious life is, and how important it is to appreciate the things that make it worth living. Stay strong. Stay proud. Cliff Rigano, vocals, Dry Kill Logic Hey everyone: What happened on the 11th changed the world forever. We sat in Dublin, watching the events unfold on CNN, and couldn't believe what we were seeing. Our hearts go out to everyone who lost someone in this tragedy. I think what hurts the most is seeing this hit so close to home being from New York and a proud New Yorker (as well as someone who worked in the city for a few years), to think that the Towers, as well as thousands of innocent lives were taken the way they were is unthinkable at very least, crippling at worst. However, there is always positive to be found in negative, and to see the way people have come together in the city to help get through this is tremendous. The way people from across the country and across the world have donated their money, time, efforts and prayer show that there is a light at the end of the tunnel that humanity is not as far gone as one might sometimes think. To hear fireman and emergency workers cheered as they walk down the street, some arriving with food, others showing up to give blood, or just to help sweep up a street corner- that is being an American. That is the spirit of unity that bonds us all, one nation under God, indivisible, with unity and justice for all, remember? Lets bond together as a nation and strike at the heart of terrorism, but not blind fury in the name of swiftness. Our nation will be a different place because of this, but can also be a better place just the same. Our hearts and prayers go out to those that lost their lives, and to those that offer themselves unselfishly in this time of need.