The Prodigy have paid tribute to Keith Flint on what would have been his 50th birthday. The late music icon confirmed was found dead at his Essex home in March. At the time police they were not treating his death as suspicious.
Keith Flint died in March this year at the age of 49. (Photo: Gus Stewart via Getty Images)
More Marking the milestone birthday, the remaining members of the 90s rave band, Liam Howlett and Maxim, toasted their former bandmate in typical style. “Happy birthday Flinty, not a single day passes u aren’t in our thoughts, we miss you brother , Raise the roof wherever u are muthafukka!” The pair also shared several photos of Keith from throughout his career alongside the message.
A toxicology report found that the musician had cocaine, alcohol and codeine in his system at the time of his death.
In May, Essex Senior Coroner Caroline Beasley-Murray
recorded an open conclusion at the inquest into his death, adding that “we will never quite know what was going on in [Flint’s] mind on that date”.
She explained: “I’ve considered suicide. To record that, I would have to have found that, on the balance of probabilities, Mr Flint formed the idea and took a deliberate action knowing it would result in his death.
“Having regard to all the circumstances I don’t find that there’s enough evidence for that.”
Keith Flint and Maxim perform live on stage at O2 Academy Brixton (Photo: Simone Joyner via Getty Images)
More Last month, The Prodigy confirmed their return to the studio for the first time since their bandmate’s death. “Back in the studio making noise,” the band tweeted. “Brand new Prodigy tunes are gonna roll , boooom #theprodigy #weliveforthebeats #weliveforever #cantstoptherock”. It is still unclear whether Keith will feature posthumously on any of the new Prodigy material. Love HuffPost? Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today.
The Prodigy Cancel All Upcoming Performances In Light Of Keith Flint’s Death Keith Flint Funeral: The Prodigy Fans Line Procession Route Ahead Of Private Service Keith Flint: Insufficient Evidence To Rule Prodigy Frontman's Death As A Suicide, Inquest Hears Story continues Useful websites and helplines: , open Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm on Mind 0300 123 3393 offers a listening service which is open 24 hours a day, on Samaritans 116 123 (UK and ROI - this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill.) is a free support service for people under 25. Call 0808 808 4994 or email: The Mix email@example.com offers practical help through its advice line which can be reached on 0300 5000 927 (open Monday to Friday 10am-4pm). More info can be found on Rethink Mental Illness www.rethink.org. NOVEMBER Clive James (1939-2019)The Australian presenter was best known in the UK for his hit show Clive James On Television, which saw him introduce bizarre TV clips from around the world, all accompanied by his unmistakable wry commentary. More NOVEMBER Jonathan Miller (1934-2019)The much-loved author and director of theatre and opera died in November, following a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's. More NOVEMBER Gary Rhodes (1960-2019)As well as his successful career as a chef and restaurateur, Gary was also known for his multiple TV appearances. This included fronting his own cooking shows and mentoring on the reality series Hell's Kitchen. He was also a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing in 2008. More NOVEMBER Amy "Ariel" Burdett (1981-2019) During the fifth series of X Factor in 2008, Amy – under the moniker "Ariel" – had one of the show's most famous auditions in history. More NOVEMBER Jean Fergusson (1944-2019)For 25 years, Jean was best known for playing Marina in the British sitcom Last Of The Summer Wine. She also made multiple guest appearances in Coronation Street over the course of her career. More OCTOBER Peter “Ginger” Baker (1939-2019) The drummer was known for forming Cream with Eric Clapton in 1966, before going on to perform as part of Blind Faith and Ginger Baker’s Air Force. More OCTOBER Anna Quayle (1932-2019) The actress was known for starring as Mrs Monroe on BBC kids series Grange Hill, a role she played in 85 episodes from 1990 until 1994. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang fans will also remember as Baroness Bomburst in the 1968 family film. More OCTOBER Peter Sissons (1942-2019) The journalist's broadcasting career spanned more than 40 years and he appeared as a newsreader on ITN and the BBC. More SEPTEMBER David Garrison (1960-2019) The actor played Tommy from the infamous Cobra Kai gang in the original 1984 Karate Kid film. More SEPTEMBER Ric Ocasek (1944-2019) The frontman of US rock band The Cars was found dead at his apartment in Manhattan. More SEPTEMBER John Wesley (1947-2019) John was best known for his role in the 1990s sitcom The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, in which he starred opposite Will Smith as Dr Hoover. More AUGUST Valerie Harper (1939-2019) Best known for her role as Rhoda Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and its spinoff Rhoda in the 1970s, Valerie was diagnosed with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a rare and incurable form of brain cancer, in January 2013. More AUGUST Peter Fonda (1940-2019) Peter was best known for his role in Easy Rider, and was the brother of Hollywood star Jane Fonda. He died after being diagnosed with lung cancer. More AUGUST Miriam Rivera (1981-2019) Miriam was the star of 00s reality show There’s Something About Miriam. News of her death was reported in August, but it was claimed she took her own life back in February in her native Mexico. More AUGUST Joe Longthorne (1955-2019) Singer and impressionist Joe first found fame in 1981, when he appeared on the TV talent show Search For A Star, eventually going on to appear on shows like Live From The Palladium and Des O’Connor Tonight. More AUGUST Ian Gibbons (1952-2019) Keyboardist Ian, who was in the rock group The Kinks on and off from 1979 until 1996. More JULY Russi Taylor (1944-2019) Russi voiced Disney character Minnie Mouse for more than 30 years. Through the role, Russi found her real-life Mickey in the form of Wayne Allwine, who had voiced Mickey Mouse since 1977. More JULY Gabe Khouth (1972-2019) Gabe was best-known for playing Skip the Elf in Santa Baby and he also starred as Mr Clark in the ABC show Once Upon A Time. More JULY Jimmy Patton (1931-2019) Jimmy was the elder sibling of the Chuckle Brothers. He starred in 47 episodes of ChuckleVision between 1990 and 2009 and died 11 months after brother Barry. More JULY Rutger Hauer (1944-2019) The veteran actor featured in many films and TV shows over the years, but remains best-known for playing Roy Batty in Blade Runner, delivering the "tears in the rain" speech. More JULY David Hedison (1927-2019) He was best known for his role as CIA agent Felix Leiter in the 1973 James Bond film Live And Let Die, a role he reprised 16 years later in Licence To Kill. More JULY Karl Shiels (1971-2019) Irish actor Karl Shiels has died suddenly at the age of 47. During his career, Karl appeared in small roles in the TV series Peaky Blinders and film Batman Begins, and was probably best known to Irish fans as Robbie Quinn in the soap Fair City. More JULY Emily Hartridge (1984-2019) Emily was a YouTuber and TV presenter, best known for her internet series 10 Reasons Why. She was killed in a crash involving her electric scooter and a lorry. More JULY Brendan Grace (1951-2019) He played Father Fintan Stack in the popular comedy series Father Ted. He died 10 days after being diagnosed with lung cancer. More JULY
Rip Torn (1931-2019)
The actor – real name Elmore Torn Jr – appeared in Men In Black and was also known for his roles in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and TV’s The Larry Sanders Show. More JULY Freddie Jones (1927-2019) Freddie was most recently known for playing Sandy Thomas in Emmerdale from 2005 until 2018. More JULY Cameron Boyce (1999-2019) The Disney star died suddenly from epilepsy after being found unconscious at his home in North Hollywood. He was best-known for his role in the Disney franchise Descendants and the TV show Jessie. More JULY George Kay (1980-2019) George was the third husband of singer and reality star Kerry Katona. More JULY Tanya Jones (1966-2019)Tanya was the wife of actor and former footballer Vinnie Jones, and died after a long illness. More JULY James 'Fungi' ClarkeJames who was best known by his nickname ‘Fungi’, was one of the participants to Channel 4 documentary series Benefits Street. More JUNE Bryan Marshall (1938-2019) The James Bond actor was best known for his role in The Spy Who Loved Me, but later appeared in Neighbours and Home And Away, after moving to Australia. More JUNE Desmond "Etika" Amofah (1990-2019)The promising and popular YouTuber was found dead at the age of 29 in New York, a week after he was reported as missing. More JUNE Paul Darrow (1941-2019)British actor Paul was best known for his sci-fi roles, including as Kerr Avon in Blake's 7 and two stints in Doctor Who. More JUNE Gloria Vanderbilt (1924 -2019)The American fashion icon died at the age of 95 this year, as confirmed by her son, the US news anchor Anderson Cooper. More MAY Andrew Hall (1954-2019)Coronation Street fans will remember Andrew for his role as Marc Selby in 2011, having previously been in the BBC sitcom Butterflies in the late 1970s and early 80s. More This article originally appeared on HuffPost.