Bodum children striker Alexei Lyho Died He is 41 years old after suffering “long-term health problems in his later years”.
The Finnish Heavy Metal Band Laiho’s death was announced on Monday.
“One of the most famous guitarists in the world, Alexei Lyho, has passed away.” Former band members Henka Blacksmith, Jan Wehrman, and Jasca Rattikainen Books on Facebook. “The musician, who became known as the number one in the Bodom Kids Band, passed away at his home in Helsinki, Finland, last week. Laiho suffered from long-term health problems during his later years.”
“More than 25 years of friendship,” the statement continued. “We lost a brother. The world has lost a great songwriter and one of the greatest guitarists of all time. The memories and Alexey’s music will live on forever. Our thoughts are with Alexey’s family during this difficult time.”
News of the guitarist’s death comes just over a year after Children of Bodom performed their latest show in their original lineup. People magazine mentioned. Laiho started forming a new band named Bodom After Midnight in 2020.
Rename the new group, Nuclear Blast, too Advertise in a post on Facebook Bodum’s first three singles after midnight, recorded last year, will be released after her death.
“We were crushed by the sudden death of our dear friend and band member,” said Daniel Freiberg, Mittja Toivonen, and Valtteri Vairenen of Bodum After Midnight.
They stated that “the talented guitarist and musician enjoyed his roles as a man-mother in his family patchwork, and as a cousin and godfather.” “Especially during the past years, the important family ties brought a welcome balance to his life and active tour. Laiho was especially close to his older sister, his parents, and his niece.”
Laiho’s sister shared a statement, via the poster, asking for “privacy and understanding during these difficult times”.
“We are completely shocked and devastated,” she said. “The funeral for my little brother will take place in private.”
“Alexei was the most loving and wonderful husband and father,” added Layho’s wife, Kelly Wright-Lyho. “Our hearts are broken forever.”
With Laiho, Children of Bodom achieved hits such as “If You Want Peace… Prepare for War,” “In Your Face,” as well as the self-titled song from the 2005 album “Are You Dead Yet?” People magazine revealed. She’s also known as “The Fall” and create a parody cover for Britney Spears’ “Oh, I did it again.”
The group, formed in 1993, has released 10 studio albums and 2 EPs.