The tragic death of 28-year-old Kyle Pavone stunned and saddened the fans of "We Came As Roemers" last week. The Michigan Metal band has been with Pavone as lead singer for a decade and should embark on another tour.
Last week, Entertainment Tonight revealed that the singer died from an overdose of drugs a statement from his family.
"On Saturday, August 25, we've lost our son, brother, best friend and bandmates to an accidental overdose, the opposite of addiction is liaison – if you feel disconnected or lost, there is help" it says in the statement. "Please take action, whether you're talking to your family or friends, meeting with a counselor or joining a support group, if you're a friend or family member of someone struggling, do not be quiet, if you're an artist In need of support from your fight, we created the Kyle Pavone Foundation in Kyle's honor to help. "
Pavone's life is celebrated in October at Fillmore Detroit. The family also sponsors donations to the newly formed Kyle Pavone Foundation, instead of flowers. The foundation is founded in his honor to help other artists who struggle with drug addiction.
The singer's autopsy revealed that he died of an overdose, but it was unclear whether it was an accident or a suicide. A toxicological report could take up to eight weeks. At this time, more information could come to light. Pavone was hospitalized on 1
The band "We Came As Roemans" was originally called "The Emergency" and was founded in 2005 in Troy, Michigan. The band is often abbreviated by their fans as WCAR and has undergone several lineup changes. Pavone has been a lead singer for almost 10 years and was with the band as she scored her biggest hits.
Will I Remain or Be Lovingly Lost
– • DON • SOLO • (@kylepavone) August 18, 2018
"We Came As Romans" are known for their songs "I Know You Were Trouble" as well as "Hope" and "The World I Were To Know". One of their albums, Tracing Back Roots in 2013 ranked # 8 on the Billboard charts. Pavone was known for his silly, fun-loving nature. Fans and fellow musicians, who mourned him on social media, shared his smile and all the good times they shared.
Pavone's last tweet appears almost prophetic and contains lyrics to one of the band's songs. It says, "Will I remember, or will I be lost in loving eyes?"