Kyle Pavone - the lead vocalist of the metal band We Came as Romans - has passed on ... as per an announcement from the band. The metalcore band from Michigan shared the tragic news via web-based networking media, saying ... "Today music lost another extraordinary ... Kyle's appalling misfortune came too soon in his life and those of his bandmates. All are crushed by his passing. We will miss his grins, his truthfulness, his anxiety for others, and his noteworthy melodic ability."
Sources near the circumstance disclose to us Kyle was transported to a Michigan healing facility on August 19 and articulated dead Saturday morning. His reason for death is as yet vague, pending a toxicology report. Bandmate Joshua Moore likewise shared a message on his Instagram about Kyle's going with a photograph of the 2 together inscribed, "The craziest, goofiest, most interesting and adorable child. I miss you to such an extent."
We Came as Romans is best known for their tunes "Expectation," "The World I Used to Know" and "I Knew You Were Trouble." Their collection "Following Back Roots" came to #8 on the Billboard graphs in 2013. In August, Pavone tweeted the verses, "Will I be recalled or will I be lost in adoring eyes," from the band's melody "Guarantee Me" off their most recent collection. The band likewise imparted these verses to their announcement Saturday.
Kyle was 28.