Massive Attack star Angelo Bruschini dead
Massive Attack star dead: Guitarist Angelo Bruschini, 44, has passed away following a battle with lung cancer
Massive Attack guitarist Angelo Bruschini has died following a battle with lung cancer, the band confirmed on Tuesday.
Massive Attack penned on X: ‘RIP Angelo. A singularly brilliant & eccentric talent. Impossible to quantify your contribution to the Massive Attack canon.
‘How lucky we were to share such a life together.’
Bristol-born Angelo Bruschini joined the group in the 1990s.
In a social media post in July, Bruschini wrote that he had been suffering from lung cancer and that several specialists had wished him ‘good luck’.
Massive Attack star dead: Guitarist Angelo Bruschini, 44, has passed away following a battle with lung cancer, then band announced on Tuesday, (pictured in June 2014)
He wrote: ‘Twice now I have been told ‘”Good luck'” by specialists at the hospital over lung cancer, I think I’m f***ed!’
“Had a great life, seen the world many many times, met lots of wonderful people, but the door is closing, think I will write a book.”
Angelo joined Massive Attack in the 90s, playing with them in the studio and at live shows.
Angelo produced Strangelove’s eponymous album in 1997. He also played for a number of other bands, including The Numbers and Rimshots and The Blue Aeroplanes.
The latter band wrote: ‘We are devastated to announce the passing of our brother Angelo Bruschini.
Our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time. Rest In Peace Ange x.’
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Symptoms of lung cancer are often not noticeable until the cancer has spread through the lungs, to other parts of the body
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