Today alone, two sightings of obviously fake headlines, featuring beloved bands have been spotted via Facebook. The first was stating that Pierce The Veil's Vic Fuentes had died in a car accident on May 29th. Without even clicking on it, that could be proven to be false due to the fact that a tweet from Vic on May 30 has been making rounds around the internet. The tweet said he had just met Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy and was thrilled to see they were about the same height. So, unless Patrick Stump was also involved in this car accident, and somehow there is internet access to the dead, this is very obviously fake.
A second one has been spotted stating that A Day To Remember was calling it quits. The link takes you to a website called 'Fake Share', in which you can make false headlines to prank people with. Be very cautious if you see such links. So far, none have proven to be harmful, but surely someone out there would make one that is harmful. The A Day To Remember one at least shows up with the link appearing as 'shortme.us' So, if you see that, it is not a real article.
Spread the word, and do not trick people into believing that their favorite bands are in danger. That is not alright.
These are just some of the happenings in the music world. There will always be something that Immortal Music did not cover, but here are just some events.