The Killers saxophonist found dead in his home

Thomas marth

Thomas Marth, the group's saxophonist The Killers, was found dead on Monday at his residence in Las Vegas (Nevada) and apparently it is a suicide, as reported by the American press. A spokesperson for the Las Vegas forensic office confirmed to the E! News that the body of the musician was found on Monday morning and that the cause that is being handled at the moment is suicide.

Marth, 33, was present on the band's world tour in 2008 and 2009 and participated in the recording of the albums "Sam's Town" (2006) and "Day & Age" (2008), the second and third albums of the group, where well-known songs such as "Read My Mind" or "Human" appear. .

We have lost Thomas. Our prayers are with his family. Tonight a light is missing in Las Vegas. Have a good trip, Tommy », wrote the training from its official profile on Twitter. Marth also played in various local bands Las Vegas, such as The Big Friendly Corporation and Black Camaro.

"I'm trying to understand what has happened and helping some people (in their family) who are not having a very good time," said the musician Ryan pardey to the Las Vegas Weekly newspaper. "He was one of the most talented people in the community and one of my closest friends since I was 18," he added.

Before achieving success with The Killers, he spent years working in some of the most well-known venues in Las Vegassuch as The Freakin 'Frog, Revolution Lounge, The Royal Resort, and the Hard Rock Hotel. I've been here my whole life. Until a few years ago, I was working in all the nightclubs in Las Vegas, DJing and playing, ”Marth himself explained to Las Vegas Weekly in September 2008.

Source - EFE

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