The cause of death of Finnish singer Alexi Laiho has been confirmed, and it is alcohol-induced liver degeneration.
He died on December 29, aged 41. According to his bandmates, he had long-standing health problems that led to his sudden death.
His ex-wife Kimberly Goss revealed that Laiho was also taking painkillers and opioids at the time of his death.
Children of Bodom member Alexi Laiho’s cause of death has been revealed.
His body had an alcohol-induced degeneration of his pancreas and liver connective tissue.
His body also contained a cocktail of painkillers, sleeping pills, and opioids.
In addition, his former bandmates have confirmed that the singer died of alcohol-induced degeneration of his liver.
While the exact cause of death of Alexi Laiho has not been disclosed, he was known to suffer from several long-term health issues.
In the months following his death, the band has released a post-mortem report on the musician’s health problems.
The resulting findings have caused a wave of grief among fans and his bandmates.
While the band’s death is tragic, it’s important to remember that Laiho was the driving force behind Children of Bodom’s popularity.
He had worked with the band for nearly two decades and released ten full-length studio albums.
The last one was titled Bodom After Midnight and was scheduled for release on December 30.