Musician Angelo Bruschini, Known for Work with Massive Attack, Dies at 60

Musician Angelo Bruschini, Known for Work with Massive Attack, Dies at 60

Massive Attack Member Angelo Bruschini Dies of Lung Cancer

Angelo Bruschini, a guitarist and founding member of the trip hop band Massive Attack, has died at the age of 60. The band confirmed his death on Tuesday, October 25, 2023, stating that he had been diagnosed with Pleomorphic Carcinoma, a rare and aggressive form of lung cancer.

Bruschini Played on Massive Attack Hits Including “Angel”

Bruschini played on many of Massive Attack’s biggest hits, including “Angel,” “Teardrop,” and “Unfinished Sympathy.” He was also a member of the band’s live band for many years.

Bruschini’s Wife Confirms His Death in Heartfelt Facebook Post

Angelo’s wife, Jessica, confirmed his death in a heartfelt Facebook post, stating that he had passed away on October 23, 2023 at 12:15am. She described him as a “beautiful husband” and said that he had died from a “rare and aggressive cancer.”

Tributes Pour in for Massive Attack’s Angelo Bruschini, Who Died at 60

Tributes have poured in for Bruschini from fans and fellow musicians alike. The band Massive Attack described him as a “singularly brilliant & eccentric talent” and said that his contribution to the band’s music was “impossible to quantify.”

Conclusion

Angelo Bruschini was a talented musician and a founding member of the groundbreaking band Massive Attack. His death is a loss to the music world, and he will be deeply missed by his fans and fellow musicians alike.

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