Pantera is calling for stronger security following the shooting death of 'Voice' contestant Christina Grimmie.
FOX's Laura Ingle reports in "Bonus Track":
Singer Christina Grimmie, made famous on the TV show 'The Voice', who police say was gunned down and killed by a deranged fan at a meet and greet in Orlando, Florida, this month, had some heavy metal rockers now calling for tighter security controls in the music industry, the band Pantera.
Fans will remember when one of the founding members of the band Dimebag Darrell, was shot and killed on stage in front of a live audience in 2004.
In a statement posted on the bands website, Pantera say, "We are so sad and disappointed to hear that Christina Grimmie was gunned down the same way that Dimebag Darrell was. After Dime's murder, we all prayed that our industry, club owners and promoters would do whatever they needed to protect artists from gun-wheeling fanatics. Sadly, that's not the case and another rising star had to pay the consequences with her life, something needs to change."
The venue where Grimmie was killed, the Plaza Live, put out a statement saying, "They are evaluating their security practices and protocols."
I'm Laura Ingle and that's your Bonus Track.