Kyle Pavone, singer of the Michigan Metalcore band We Came as Roemans, died at the age of 28, no cause of death was discovered
We came as Romans and confirmed Pavone's death on social media. "Kyle's tragic loss came too early in his life and that of his bandmates, all shaken by his death," the band wrote.
"We will miss his smile, his sincerity, his concern for others and his impressive musical talent, and instead of flowers, we will be giving charity giving information next week." The family and the band would like to thank their fans and the music community for all thank their love and support as they navigate through their grief. "
Pavone's bandmates added the lyrics" Promise Me ":" Will I Be Remembered or Will I Be Lost in Loving Eyes? "; the poetry also marked one of Pavone's last tweets which he sent on 18 August.
Pavone joined We Came as a singer and keyboarder in Rome in 2008. Together, the band recorded five albums, most recently in 2017 Cold Like War . Their 2013 LP Tracing Back Roots peaked at number eight on the Billboard 200. We arrived when the Romans began a tour in support of Bullet for My Valentine in September.
TMZ reports that Pavone was transported to a hospital in Michigan on August 19 and pronounced dead for Saturday morning. The cause of death remained unknown until the autopsy.
Pavone's bandmate Joshua Moore added on Instagram: "The craziest, funniest, funniest and lovable kid I miss you so much."