One half of the Stars of the Lid band, Brian McBride, has passed away. He was 53. Since the news of his death made its way into the media, his fans become interested in knowing how he died. In this article, we will tell you Brian McBride cause of death. So just continue reading the article.
McBride’s death was confirmed by a representative of the band’s record label, Kranky. His other bandmates from two bands, are Adam Wiltzie and Kenneth James Gibson.
“I am deeply saddened to tell everyone that Brian McBride has passed away. I loved this guy & he will be missed,” a post on the duo’s Instagram page read.
They subsequently released many other albums which include; Gravitational Pull vs. the Desire for an Aquatic Life in 1996, The Ballasted Orchestra in 1997, Per Aspera Ad Astra in 1998, The Tired Sounds of Stars of the Lid in 2001, and Avec Laudenum in 1999.
The band’s final album, And Their Refinement of the Decline, was released in 2007.
In addition, McBride was a member of the duo Bell Gardens. He formed this band with musician Kenneth James Gibson, in 2009.
In 2010, Bell Garden’s debut extended play (EP), Hangups Need Company, was released on their own imprint Failed Better. Southern Records then released their first long play (LP), Full Sundown Assembly in 2012. In 2014, the band’s second LP, Slow Dawns For Lost Conclusions, was released by a London-based independent record label, Rocket Girl.
Brian McBride cause of death
The musician’s cause of death has not been revealed. Even, the exact date of his death is yet to be known. McBride’s bandmate, label or his family, are yet to make any statements regarding how the musician died.
As usual, we will keep you updated whenever we lay our hands on more information about McBride’s death.