The british band behind hits such as 'Firestater' and 'Breathe' have lost their frontman after singer Keith Flint on Monday was found dead in his home in the town of Dunmow in Essex.
It will write the media, among others, the BBC and The Guardian.
We were called in because of concern for a man's wellbeing at an address in Brook Hill, North End shortly after 08.10 Monday 4. march. We arrived to the spot, and unfortunately had to declare a 49-year-old man dead at the scene, informs a spokesperson from the police in Essex, for Extra Magazine, and continues:
His next of kin has been contacted. The death is not considered suspicious and a report will be prepared for the coroner.
Keith Flint on stage with 'The Prodigy' in 2012. Photo credit: Shutterstock
According to the BBC, Keith Flint recently returned to the Uk after a tour of Australia.
The Prodigy was in the 1990s one of the Uk's most successful bands, and the strokes among other things, the way to the top with the singles 'Firestarter' and 'Breathe'.
the Band was formed in 1990 in the English town of Essex. In addition to Keith Flint consists the band of Liam Howlett, who plays on the keyboard, and the singer Maxim.
Flint was in the beginning the band's dancer, but in 1996, he delivered the vocals for the band's gennembrudshit 'Firestarter'. On the band's follow-up single 'Breathe', it was also of Flint, who provided the vocals, whilst Maxim supplement.
Keith Flint on stage in 2008. Photo: AP