It’s a sad day

It is our deepest regret to inform you all that on Saturday, March 7th, we lost our good friend and lead singer Todd Serious, also known as Todd Jenkins, in a tragic rock climbing accident. Todd influenced our lives in a way that is beyond comprehension. This is completely sudden and unexpected and we’re still processing what has happened. We’re taking a few days to figure it all out. This is pretty heavy for all of us, and a lot of people are still finding out so if you’re letting others know, please be respectful.

7 Responses to “It’s a sad day”

  1. Jeremy

    R.I.P. Todd! Thanks for all you’ve done!

  2. Bill

    nothing but good memories watching the rebel spell play, Todd was kind and approachable each time I met him. Rest in peace.

  3. Anakin

    I am so sorry to all his friends and loved ones. His music touched me in so many ways, and it was a pleasure conversing with him at shows. He is a true gentleman. It’s a tragic loss for the punk community and anyone who is lucky to be part of his life.

  4. John

    Heartbreaking. Take 10 minutes right now and read Todd’s lyrics, find something you can do to act on what he wrote and valued, even if it is the littlest thing…. I think Todd would find that meaningful.
    We have lost one hell of a good guy, smart, friendly, caring, a great poet, killer pipes.
    Peace Todd.

  5. Kitrina

    I just got this news today. I can’t believe it. I didn’t know Todd very well but I remember after the 3rd or 4th show of his I saw he came up to me and thanked me for always showing up and supporting the band when they played in town. That’s how he always was when I saw him, more then just friendly, he actually meant it. He was a sincere person in a world where so many are not. R.I.P Todd the world is poorer without you.

  6. Victor + the Borderguards

    Our condolences my friends. I heard about this news some time back and meant to reach out. I have always loved The Rebel Spell and wish you all peace. I can imagine that its been quite heart wrenching for you all. I hope to see you all again sometime, friends.


  7. Alps

    I heard about your band for the very first time right now while i was listenin’ I am a rifle from Propaghandi at (8 am still drinkin!) and learnt it was your song… and feel pretty sad for your loss. :/ Wishing all the best from Istanbul Turkey. And hoping ‘It’s a beautiful future’ to be!!!


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