Brass Against Musician Urinates on Fan While Singing on Stage, Draw Backlash

by Jonathan Howard
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Rock music has always gone to the edge of the line and many times crossed it. Ozzy bit a bat! The singer of Brass Against went far beyond the line. Seriously, this story is not one I expected to see when I got up this morning.

Captured on a very NSFW video, Sophia Urista and the band were rocking out a Rage Against the Machine cover. The band is known for playing tracks from Tool, Rage, Black Sabbath, and many more. During their rendition of Wake Up, one fan got on stage and laid down with a camera strapped to his head. What happened next surprised everyone, even her own band.

Urista stood over the fan, put her pants around her knees, and peed. The fan was a willing participant and it was a wild spectacle that fans couldn’t believe in the moment. Last night, the band put somewhat of a statement out on Twitter. It wasn’t a complete 180, but the band is letting folks know that this incident is not going to be repeated at any future shows.

“We had a great time last night at Welcome to Rockville. Sophia got carried away,” the tweet reads. “That’s not something the rest of us expected, and it’s not something you’ll see again at our shows. Thanks for bringing it last night, Daytona.

This is going to be something people talk about for a long time. It might end up as one of those Rock stories that turn into a huge mountain of a tale. There is no telling what might happen at a Brass Against show. They are going out on tour in Europe next year with Tool. The band they often cover is bringing them on as an opening act.

Brass Against Antics Shutdown Twitch Stream

Welcome to Rockville festival in Daytona Beach, Florida is a big event. There were tons of acts playing along with Brass Against. The festival was being live-streamed on Twitch to viewers around the world. While they were playing, the band was on the stream. However, once Sophia started doing what she did, the stream was cut off.

After it happened, critics were quick to denounce the band. Of course, the band issued the apology last night on Twitter. However, they also responded almost immediately. Once they found out the stream was cut off, they responded, “We’re truly sorry. Not who we are as a band.”

So, if there is one lesson to learn here, when you go to a heavy metal cover band show with heavy brass instrument sections, expect things to get out of hand. All jokes aside, this is just a bizarre story and likely another tale that will be mythologized in the history of Rock. Brass Against is going to put this one behind them and keep things going.

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