Trevor Strnad, lead singer of the death metal band 'The Black Dahlia Murder', has died.
His age was just 41 years at this moment.
The band declared Strnad's passing in an Instagram post from their authority account on Wednesday.
The band closed the post with the telephone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
The reason for the demise was not given by any individual from the band or family.
The Black Dahlia Murder was framed in Waterford, Michigan, in 2002.
They delivered their presentation studio collection "Unhallowed" in 2003, trailed by eight more.
The band proceeded to open for individual death metal band Children of Bodom "on festival stages across the United States and Europe".
Strnad's last collection with the band, "Verminous," was open for public in April 2020.
He had a decent fan following on Instagram of 60k where he was regular on posts.