ATTILA Vocalist Chris Fronzak Shares A Heartbreaking Gift He Received From A Mother

Attila vocalist Chris Fronzak shared a heartbreaking moment during the band’s meet and greet earlier today. A woman came to the band’s show to give Fronz a gift that he will now carry with him during each and every performance.

The woman was the mother of an American hero who died in combat in Iraq back in 2007. The mother handed Fronzak her son’s military tag, something that deeply moved the Attila frontman.

“A lady at our meet & greet handed me this today. Her son died in Iraq. I’m going to keep this with me during every concert! RIP homie” Fronz said of the powerful moment.

Army Pfc. Matthew C. Bowe was killed on February 19th, 2007 while serving his country in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Bowe and two other soldiers, Sgt. Shawn Dunkin and Pfc. Adare Cleveland, were killed when they encountered an improvised explosive device.

Fronz also shared his appreciation for the US Military after receiving the gift, which he says he will now carry with him during every show.