Prodigy singer Keith Flint's death not being treated as suspicious

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Local police found Flint dead at his home in Essex, England, on March 4.

Keith Flint, the frontman of British rave icons The Prodigy, died as a result of hanging, an inquest heard Monday. A post-mortem examination took place on March 7 at Broomfield Hospital and also recorded the provisional medical cause of death as hanging.

The band announced last week that they are cancelling all their forthcoming shows, in the wake of Flint's death.

Flint went on to appear on The Prodigy's 2004 album Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned, 2009's Invaders Must Die, 2015's The Day Is My Enemy and 2018's No Tourists.

"Police attended, all protocols were followed and his death was confirmed as not suspicious", Coroner's officer Lynsey Chaffe told the hearing.

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'I'm shell shocked, f***** angry, confused and heart broken. r.i.p brother'.

A full toxicology report was ordered and should be revealed on July 23rd, based on the report.

The Prodigy even called Flint's death a suicide on Instagram.

The group released an album, "No Tourists", in November and was set to embark on a USA tour in May.

Following news of his death, emotional tributes to Flint flooded Twitter. "Thank you people for all the tributes, they have really touched us and kept us going this week", the post on their official account read.

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