Chuck Mosley, the former frontman of rock band Faith No More, died as a result of drug addiction, his family announced Friday.
In a statement from Mosley's family and released via his publicist, Mosley's cause of death was given as due to addiction-related causes after the singer experienced "a long period of sobriety".
The statement continued: 'He is survived by long-term partner Pip Logan, two daughters, Erica and Sophie and his grandson Wolfgang Logan Mosley. The family accepts the help for Mosley's funeral. "Details to follow when arranged".
Chuck Mosley, best known for fronting Faith No More in the 1980s, has died. The band gets more famous for their album releases such as "Introduce Yourself" and "We Care a Lot".
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During the early nineties he also sang for hardcore punks Bad Brains and went on to form numerous other projects, including Cement and V.U.A. (Vanduls Ugainst Alliteracy).
But Mosley was sacked from the group in 1988 before they released their third album. The title track of "We Care A Lot" became a staple of the Faith No More setlist.
The band members eventually reconciled, playing some shows in 2010 and a few shows together in 2015 and previous year, including a performance at the Troubadour in West Hollywood that we were able to document. There was an appearance from Faith No More band Korn and Jonathan Davis, which called to be the flawless gift for their fans.
Mosley recently joined the supergroup Primitive Race, alongside members of Skinny Puppy and the Melvins, and embarked on his "Reintroduce Yourself" tour this year.